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FUSE SHOULD BE UNDER THE DASHBOARD ON THE DRIVERS' SIDE. WHEN YOU CHANGED THE PUMP, YOU NEED TO CHANGE THE FUEL FILTER AS WELL TO MAINTAIN THE WARANTY. I WOULD CHANGE THE FUSE AND FILTER. HOPE THIS HELPS. LET ME KNOW HOW YOUR DOING. BEST OF LUCK
no fuel issue. check fuse for fuel pump check fuel pump fuel pump relay fuel filter could be pluged.if you turn engine over acouple turns and stop you should hear fuel pump buzz.also check wires at ignition coil for corrostion or broken fuel pump relay gets its singnal for negitive side of coil.