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Car would not start could not hear the fuel pump replaced relay still would not work . replaced fuel pump. now no power to fuel pump. replaced relay again still no power what should i do

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Look in the trunk, your vehicle is most likely equiped with a fuel pump reset switch.. if you look in the manual, or have access to a manual it will tell you exactly where its at, most of the time they are on the driver side of the trunk behind by fender well.

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