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'88 Jeep Cherokee 4.0 6cyl 2WD automatic- Seems like there's no power going to the electric fuel pump. I replaced the fuel pump but I'm having a difficult time locating any of the electrical lines or fuses that link the fuel pump to the battery.

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The fuel pump is grounded to battery by assembly to the engine itself.

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You have to check fuel pump relay and replace if necessary.

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