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Fuel pump problem on a 89 jeep cherokee (v6, 4.0)

I ran out of gas, that "killed" the fuel pump. so i got a new pump, filter, relay, and i still cant get fuel out of the tank.

i can hear the pump work. and i have a bout 5-6 gallons in the tank

could you please help me?

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  • rbrase Oct 26, 2008

    I have a 89 jeep pickup with 18,000 miles. The truck was used on a farm and has been sitting for 8 yrs and will not start. Does anyone think it could be the fuel pump?

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Change the fuel pump ballast resistor. It is driver side fender by the air filter. It is a white 3 inch piece of ceramic with an eletrical connector on each end.

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Go to the gas station and get more gas...

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