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Car died on road and would crank but acts as if it gets no fuel. tank has gas.

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In that case you must check first the fuse and the relay, located in the fuse box, itself on drivers side fender well. If they are ok then either the pump is faulty (you must take it out to test it) or the ECM has detected a fault  and you must read its codes to find what fault.

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