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Well, mine almost caught fire last year so that would be too hot! If you haven't already, I would suggest the wiring mod that splits the power supply for the two pumps. There's a very good write up by Paul (shadetree930) "930 fuel pump overload - the solution". After doing this mod my relays are cool, the new fuses are cool, and everything works well, so I'd do this before troubleshooting the pump itself. Costs about $10 for a couple of fuse holders and a half hour of your time. If you've already done this then look at the pumps.
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