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Were i can find the fuel pump fuse because no juice on the pump or if any body knows the problems let me know thanks

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There is no fuse for your fuel pump. There is the main relay, located under the dash, near the fuse box. It has to be checked electrically to verify that voltage is available to the pump.
Since you say that no juice is going to the pump, I assume that you have had someone listen back there (the pump is in your fuel tank) to see if they hear a whirring noise when you turn the key on without starting the car. If there is a whirring noise, then the pump is running. If there is no whirring noise, either the pump or the main relay is bad.
Hope this helps you a little.

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