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Fuel Pump

I think i have a problem with my fuel pump...I jumpered the relay 30 with 87 and i never heard anything kick in. The car won't start, but it will when you spray starter fluid in the intake. Can somebody tell me where the fuel pump is located, and help me out with some ideas of what i can do make sure that's what it might be?

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The fuel pump is back by the right rear wheel, Check for continuity from the relay to the pump.
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Also check the fuse.
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The pins to run the fuel pump are 87b to 30.

87 to 30 powers the DME and injectors.

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