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Can you tell me make model year do you have fuel injection. If you have fuel injection you do have a fuse, common places for fuses is on the side of dash board (either side) in glove box back or side under dash left side. Also look under the hood in the engine compartment to see if the is a fuse box with a fuse marked fuel pump. If you cannot find the fuse you will need to get a repair manual.

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