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After planning a camping vacation over to St John for so long we were left stranded on the road because we thought we had ran out of gas since the gage seems to be broken because it said it was full. :( ....We managed to get gas but she did not start. decided to have to leave it here for a few days until we could buy a new pump and once we installed it we discovered that we may be having some electrical shortage of some sort on our fuel pump connector the connector has 5 wires and 5 prongs that connect at the top part of the pump as you may see in the images below. We can't find it on any website online, can find the new pump but not the connector .If you know of a website I can search for this please let me know I would really appreciate it.
 

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Before you go buying a bunch of parts start at the easy things like checking fuses and relays, try using a multi meter on the connector and see if that's even the issue.
 
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