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Go for the cheapest option first.Change the fuel pump relay that could be faulty.Second option change the fuel pump if the relay is doing the same.Good luck

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Try a releay first,they are'nt expensive and anything else thats wrong will be.

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Sounds like a bad relay ....look at your wires make sure no bare spots causing it to ground out but I would start with a new relay

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