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What could be the problem on a 94 shadow 2point5L ES-its not pumping fuel-no voltage to the pump-it did work- there is gas in the tank- please help?

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2008-11-18 07:08:39
2008-11-18 07:08:39

If there is no power to the pump, it must be a fuse or relay that is out. The relay is the first relay from the front of the car on the drivers side.

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