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My fuel pump went out got new one it still not coming on can some body plz help us

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SOURCE: 2005 altima fuel pump

The tank does not need to be dropped. There is a access panel either under the cushion of the rear seat or in the trunk. I have to replace the pump on my 02

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check your inertia switch. commonly known as a rollover switch in the rear fender well.

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ok, well as for the relay, yes there is one in your under hood fuse box....or inside the drivers door...but if you don't hear the pump, fear the worst, it may be dead.....happens ALOT.....check and change the relay, about $10, then if nothing, time for a new pump.

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SOURCE: I have an 1987 Chevy with throttle body fuel enjection I have a new fuel pump and new fuel filter I have fuel coming up at the throttle body when I crack the lines but the injectors arnt spraying fuel

I suggest changing the pickup in the distributor. This is what fires the injectors. If you have a noid light you can check for pulse at the injector, but my guess is there is nothing signaling the injector to fire.

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