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ON A 1993 FORD EXPLORER WHERE IS THE GROUND POINT FOR THE FUEL PUMP? I HAVE NO FUEL PUMP OR FUEL GUAGE WORKING

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Some times the wires in the tank burn up,Have you checked for a blown fuel pump fuse?It would be a good sigh of this.The fuel pump grounds off the tank,the sender,grounds threw the other side of the in-dash gauge.I would look for the whole fuel pump ,and fuel sender to have burned wires inside the tank.

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