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Fuel Pressure NO POWER TO FUEL PUMP , Is there a reset switch THERE IS NO POWER AT THE FUEL PUMP.THERE IS ALSO NO POWER AT THE FUEL PUMP FUSE. I CAN GET POWER TO BOTH BY TAKING THE CAP OF THE FUEL PUMP RELAY AND OPENING THE RELAY WITH MY HAND. I'VE ALSO REPLACED THE RELAY,STILL NOTHING.

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    as new fuel pump all fuses are good

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Did you reset full cutoff switch? this will be located in the rear of the vehicle in the wheel well behind the fabric. in some cases they are located underneath the drivers seat.

Posted on Aug 29, 2008

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SOURCE: no spark or fuel pressure

It like you have short circuit the system,it need to be check by a professional car electrician.

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