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I replace both fuel pumps on my 1984 mustang 3.8 no elect getting to them can't find reg or main place to get power/ please help

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Check fuse and relay in engine compartment. Relay should click when key is turned on. If no click, replace relay.

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do you still have a cat ?
if you do it might be plugged
does it back fire therew the carb?
that would be a lean backfire caused by a lack of fuel.
if your timming is retarded it could also act somwhat this way
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