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There is no pressure for fuel is there a pressure switch i should check before changing fuel pump

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I would check to make sure you have voltage at the pump with the switch on.If you do the replace the pump.If you do not check voltage at the relay in fuse block and also the feul pump fuse.Let me know if I can help.There is no pressure switch.

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