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On my 1995 Pontiac Grand Prix SE the fuel pump is not turning on. The fuel gage does NOT move at all when the key is turned to the run position as it normally would. Is this the sign of a faulty fuel pump, or is there an issue with voltage getting to the unit? Could a bad relay cause this issue? thanks Eric

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Check the ground for the sending unit, should be attached to the frame by the side of the tank. If that doesn't get it, remove tank and sending unit. Check resistance from top to bottom of float travel, it should go from 0-90 smoothly. Dropping the tank is a headache. On some models there is a fuel tank access panel for the fuel pump in the trunk under the carpet. If you need further assistance please let me know. Thanks, MIDwest-tek.

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