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    • I will have to look for that relay. From what I can see I believe my fuel pump relay is a little different.  I don’t have a relay checked for this type, but I wasn’t thinking it was the issue as I can feel the click in the relay when key is cycled. No more than they cost and it’s not like I haven’t thrown $400-500 at it already I should just try it I suppose.
    • Check this relay, I saved this to my shopping list when another board member had an issue. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08D8TSMFV/?coliid=I2VWFGDWIOOHND&colid=32H5JDXLVUDPP&psc=1&ref_=lv_ov_lig_dp_it      
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    • Lol that's another solution. Goodluck with this one!
    • Thank you for your help. After spending hour messing with it I gave up and exchanged it at Home Depot for another one. this one runs much smoother I've left the video in my drop box in case it helps anyone. 

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