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I've a 2005 S model with 38k miles on the clock. When I went to start the motor yesterday, the normal sound of the fuel pump pressurizing was absent.. The motor turned over, but refused to start. I found that the fuel pump fuse was blown, but replacing the fuse did not fix the problem. I pulled the new fuse to see if it had also blown (sure sign of a dead short to ground), but the fuse was in perfect condition.
Is there a relay in the loop that may have failed, or some sort of reset button which may need attention? How can I access the electrical connection to the fuel pump? Is it under the chassis, or under the rear seats?

Thanks in advance,

dave boling
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