All you need to do is put your keys in the ingnition and turn it so your console comes on with all your warning lights( turn twice the key that is but don't turn the engine on. nor turn it over. and if you her a humming noise the fuel pump is fine it may be someting else. if not the fuel pump is dead and you will need a new one.)
have you checked the fuel pump relay
If you hear the fuel pump run that is a good sign it is working however, a fuel pump pressure test would tell you if the pump is meeting the required pressure.
The fuel pump may be defective or the fuel filter may be clogged. Replace the fuel filter if you hear the pump run when you first turn on the ignition without starting the engine. It should run for a few seconds. If you do not hear the pump running, check the fuse and the fuel pump relay. If you hear it run and after replacing the fuel filter you still have no fuel, the pump is defective and must be replaced.
When u turn key on , you should hear a humming for a few seconds. this is the fuel pump priming (sending fuel up the line). If you don't hear it, fuel pump is not working.
If you hear the fuel pump running, then start by replacing the fuel filter. If you don't hear the pump, check the fuse. A fuel pressure test will verify if the pump is good or not. It can also be a fuel pump relay or in rare instances a defective ECU.
Just because you hear the pump running does not mean it is actually pumping fuel. Run a fuel pressure test to see if the pump is defective.
either your fuel pump is about to go out or you just have a noisy fuel pump but its because it is always pumping fuel when the car is running
Blown fuel pump fuse, defective fuel pump relay, or loose or broken wiring.
You never hear the fuel injectors. You may hear the fuel pump if you listen carefully. Start by replacing the fuel filter. If that does not help, have a fuel pressure test run to see if the pump is weak.
Have it replaced.
You can have someone turn the ignition key to the on position without starting the engine while you listen at the fuel filler door with the cap off. You should hear the pump come on and run for a few seconds then shut off. If you hear nothing check the fuel pump fuse and fuel pump relay. If both are good the pump is defective. If you hear the pump run that does not necessarily mean it is actually pumping fuel. A fuel pressure test at the fuel rail well verify the condition of the pump.
Turn the ignition on and see if you hear a humming coming from the pump. If it is inside the fuel tank, you can hear it from the back seat.