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My 1998 Mazda 626 is not getting any power to the fuel pump. I currently have straight wires connected so that the car can run but that is only temporary. I want to fix it the right way.

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On Many cars, there is an emergency fuel pump disconnect. It is usually located near the front passenger seat, between the seat & door jam. Make sure that it did not get turned off accidentally. Check your owners manual for the exact location of this cutoff switch. There is a 99% chance that this is your problem.

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