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Getting no fuel pressure, jumped relay and pump comes on, also have no spark i replace the crank angle sensor thinking it was that but no luck, do you think the ecm may be the corprate

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You can determine if the ECM is the problem by making sure whether or not the Check engine light comes on momentarily as usual when you insert the key and turn it to the 'run' position. If the CEL comes on momentarily as usual, then the ECM is not the problem.
More likely your problem is the fusible link which supplies power to both the fuel pump as well as the ignition module. This fusible link is located in on the fuse panel.

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