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1988 ranger fuel pump question

Hey guys I just picked up an 88 ranger and the pump is out. I get no pressure at the rail and the pump/s dont prime when I turn the key. It has dual tanks can anyone tell me if it has a pump in each tank or just one on the frame? I kinda looked around but didnt find much. thanks
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I'm not sure if there are two pumps, but I would also check your fuel pump relay. It seems unlike that if there are two tanks that they would both be dead.
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