You are welcome for the help. Sounds like you have a broken wire or a bad connection. Now the really hard part; finding where you are losing the voltage to your fuel pump. You say you have it at the relay and not at the harness connector; time to start chasing that particular harness. Sometimes it helps to have a partner when you are cable dogging wires, harnesses, or looms. One person gently tugs while the other person feels and looks. Any place you have a sharp bend or turn, look closely. Where are you checking for the voltage from the relay? If you have a test light and poke through the insulation of the applicable wire on your harness, try the half way point of the harness. If you have it there, split the distance in half again, (working your way from the relay toward the harness connector behind the wheel) keep doing this until you lose it, then you will have narrowed down the section of the harness that you are losing the fuel pump voltage. Likewise, if you didn't have it at the halfway point, then work your way back toward the relay until you have it using the same method. The three things I would do right off the bat, is check my test light ground connection by connecting my test light to ground and then checking a known power source to verify my ground connection is good and my test light actually works, the use the test light right at the beginning of the harness (as close to the relay as possible) to verify that it is actually coming from the relay socket and applicable connections, and then back probe the harness connectors behind the wheel to see if it is my connector or not. Then I would start cable dogging my harness. If you have to cable dog the harness, remember to check bends and turns. Fortunately for me, if I had to do this, I have a lot of electrical/electronics experience and special tools for this type of task. Hope this helps. Keep us up to date. Thanks, Calvin.