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Replaced fuel pump and relay , no pwer to fuel pump

I replaced the fuel pump and there was no power, so i replaced the relay and there is still no power. what am I missing ?

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Should be a fuse for the fuel pump (relay), check it.

Are you checking for power with a meter, or assuming since the pump does not run, no power?

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