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I suggest you check all your fuses and relays.Start with the ones that pertain to the fuel system and the ecm/pcm.The easiest way to check your fuel pump relay is find another relay that is the same and switch them.Make sure that the component that you are switching the relay from works. If this doesnt work for you then you will have to get some electrical diagrams and trace it down with a multimeter.....Also that vehicle should be equipped with a collision switch (inertia switch).Has the vehicle been in an accident? Good Luck.........
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