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When you replaced the fuel pump, did you have you switch to the new harness? Check your wiring.
Could it simply be a relay?
My dash gauges went nuts but the car runs.
Do you hear the fuel pump running?
Did you replace the fuel filter? Should be on the frame under the driver.
Bosch fuel pumps are the way to go. The ret seem to **** out after 60,000.
check the fuel pressure(min of 45psi)under the hood at the port. if thats ok, check for intermitten spark(esc)electronic spark control may be getting hot and missing a beat....if thats ok then check the MAF sensormalfunction, but you should have a code for all but fuel pressure.good luck
it all depends on if the wire does or doesnt have power when u shut the key off, if it does the pump will run non stop even with the key out,i would suggest getting the relay working properly,also depending how u hook it up u dont want too much voltage runnin through the relay...u could melt it,hope this helps