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Fuel pump there is no power going to the fuel pump. i jumped the pump with a wire from the battery and the pump works. i have juice at the fuse busbar but i loose the wire in the wire harness.

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I just replaced my fuel filter and check the pump along; I would replace the right wire harness so you don't want any sparks there b/c you might burn your engine since older vehicle tends to leak here & there so be very careful.


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