Very well. Are you able to verify whether or the fuel pump is getting a signal to the sending unit or not? Am presuming the answer is no. Is checking the fuel pump fuse and relay merely just a visual inspection? Was the fuel pump fuse checked for current as well? The fuse can look good, but if there is no current being sent to it then the item won't work. Experienced a similar situation last weekend, and at first glance, most people would have simply replaced the fuel pump since it didn't run when the ignition was turned on. However, upon checking for current to the fuel pump discovered it had none which either meant a blown fuse or something other than a faulty fuel pump. Did a little more digging and the culprit turned out to be a blown fuse for the injectors(a) 20 amp that shut off current to the fuel pump fuse. This may not represent your particular problem, but gives an idea on the scope of troubleshooting.
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