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Fuel Pump Replacement

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01-22-05, 05:27 PM   #1  
Fuel Pump Replacement

1990 Plymouth Grand Voyager LE 3.3L, auto
Believe fuel pump has pump her last drop of fuel. I have checked all fuses in fuse box. Disconnected fuel line at fuel rail and at fuel filter. No gas when cranking over engine. Looks like the pump is in the tank(%#$*). This makes me think it would be electrically controlled. How would I check to see if it is getting current? Trying to eliminate all possibilities before removing the 3/4 full tank! If I do have to remove the tank, how would I drain the gas first?
Or am I on the wrong track here? Thanks for your help.

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01-22-05, 06:15 PM   #2  
It's electric and most likely in the tank
If you take off the gas gap and listen as someone turns the key to "On" but not "Start", you should hear a buzz as the pump kicks on and pressures up

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