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@santafe04 , jake , Normally bleeding not required with electric fuel pumps, do you hear the pump coming on and off when you turn the ignition on(not cranking engine), if not recheck installation, plugs/wires/fuses for pump. If you do hear the pump maybe give the engine a little help, with a squirt, once or two of fresh gas directly in the throttle body. The engine should start and run, at least until the fuel you fed it runs out. You can try this a couple times and if the pump has not kicked in by then to take over, the pump is either defective, insufficient gas in tank, clogged filter, damaged pinched fuel line, bad fuel regulator, etc. or there is a different problem that may be diagnosed with a scan tool by retrieving trouble codes. Good luck.
@santafe04 , jake , Normally bleeding not required with electric fuel pumps, do you hear the pump coming on and off when you turn the ignition on(not cranking engine), if not recheck installation, plugs/wires/fuses for pump. If you do hear the pump maybe give the engine a little help, with a squirt, once or two of fresh gas directly in the throttle body. The engine should start and run, at least until the fuel you fed it runs out. You can try this a couple times and if the pump has not kicked in by then to take over, the pump is either defective, insufficient gas in tank, clogged filter, damaged pinched fuel line, bad fuel regulator, etc. or there is a different problem that may be diagnosed with a scan tool by retrieving trouble codes. Good luck.
 
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@santafe04 , jake , Normally bleeding not required with electric fuel pumps, do you hear the pump coming on and off when you turn the ignition on(not cranking engine), if not recheck installation, plugs/wires/fuses for pump. If you do hear the pump maybe give the engine a little help, with a squirt, once or two of fresh gas directly in the throttle body. The engine should start and run, at least until the fuel you fed it runs out. You can try this a couple times and if the pump has not kicked in by then to take over, the pump is either defective, insufficient gas in tank, clogged filter, damaged pinched fuel line, etc. or there is a different problem that may be diagnosed with a scan tool by retrieving trouble codes. Good luck.
@santafe04 , jake , Normally bleeding not required with electric fuel pumps, do you hear the pump coming on and off when you turn the ignition on(not cranking engine), if not recheck installation, plugs/wires/fuses for pump. If you do hear the pump maybe give the engine a little help, with a squirt, once or two of fresh gas directly in the throttle body. The engine should start and run, at least until the fuel you fed it runs out. You can try this a couple times and if the pump has not kicked in by then to take over, the pump is either defective, insufficient gas in tank, clogged filter, damaged pinched fuel line, etc. or there is a different problem that may be diagnosed with a scan tool by retrieving trouble codes. Good luck.
 
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@santafe04 , jake , Normally not required with electric fuel pumps, do you hear the pump coming on and off when you turn the ignition on(not cranking engine), if not recheck installation, plugs/wires/fuses for pump. If you do hear the pump maybe give the engine a little help, with a squirt, once or two of fresh gas directly in the throttle body. The engine should start and run, at least until the fuel you fed it runs out. You can try this a couple times and if the pump has not kicked in by then to take over, the pump is either defective,  insufficient gas in tank, clogged filter, damaged pinched fuel line, etc. or there is a different problem that may be diagnosed with a scan tool by retrieving trouble codes.  Good luck.

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