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Not getting power to the fuel pump,and can't find a fuse or a relay for the fuel pump

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  • ksans11 Jul 31, 2010

    I have look at all the relays in the box under the hood and they are find is there another reason why my fuel pump isn't getting power

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The relay is under the hood, check the relay switch

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