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Replaced fuel pump on 96 legacy wagon. will not start now, it does start if hot wired directly to pump. Any suggestions? Have also replaced the fuel pump relay.

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Hi yes had same problem it was the plug that sits under the rear seat that supplys power to the fuel pump it had got hot and was charred inside, just cut it out and soldered wires together and fixed prob hope it helps

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