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97 ply breeze 2.4 no power to the fuel pump fuse is ok replaced relay still no power

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Ok then, next step is check wiring. looked for open copper touching the frame or chafing through the harness. Then check for grounds. Make sure they are CLEAN and TIGHT. and clean i mean spotless. If that still does not work then check for a different fuse that is burned out. Perhaps something else shares the same circuit as the fuel pump and is blowing the fuse, ie cigarette lighter is a bad one for causing all sorts of havoc. good luck!

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