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I have seen so many posts of "i changed the fuel pump", same problem.

If you have two hands and a multi-meter, do this. Set the meter on Ohms, the "horse shoe thingy" and check continuity.
If it passes continuity outside the fuel tank you are fine.
If it fails outside, open the tank and disconnect the pump connector and test it there. If you bought a pump without doing this, or testing any other part your replaced, take a tip from me, learn how to diagnose and read service manuals before throwing money in the garbage can.

I am so sick of parts being replaced without testing them. Any idiot can wrench. Learn how to read voltage, resistance and what the components are expected to test. Fuck sakes people.
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