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jeep fuel proplem

i am working on a jeep cherokee 1990 an there is no power going to the fuel pump i figure it was the relay when i went to check it i cant tell which one it is so if any one has an idea or what not just let me know please
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There should be a diagram on the fuse box cover showing which relay powers what component. If you figure that out you could swap relays with another to determine if it is bad or not. You could also use a multi-meter to determine if you have power at the relay. There should also be a fuse for the fuel pump that you should also check.
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well there is not a diagram on the cover and there is not a fuse that i can find under the steering wheel i used a tester to see if there any power were the relay goes an there is no power going to one of the relays but i just dont know n
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i think it is called the "auto shut down" relay.
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k do you know were that may be located
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