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83 nissan 720 pick-up, fuel pump went out replaced ran good for a few days and stopped again. had no power to pump. so I replaced fuel pump relay switch & pump work great. I have gas to the sight bowl, but won't start. primed with gas starts right up runns for a few seconds but dies straven for fuel, no fuel from the accelerater pump because no fuel is getting to the accelerater pump.help

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You say you replaced the fuel pump relay switch? The fuel pump relay is located in the passenger compartment on the right side under the dash. Little black box with a 6 pin plug. Replace that and your power to the pump should be restored . Had this happen on mine just last week. The relay actually monitors the alternator, key switch and a couple of fuses and will remove power from the pump if there is a fault. AutoZone stock number is 20550, costs about $50.

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