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Have you tried holding the inertia switch in and then testing for power at the relay or trying to start it while holding the inertia switch in the engaged position manually?
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Another test to run, by the way, is to manually short the inertia switch by putting a paper clip between the two female pins on the connector. I hope this helps!
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hi my name is ***** ***** would like to be of help to you. I see you done most of the preliminary checks and replaced parts. the pump obviously works as you jumped to it and you replaced the relay right. well did you check the 20 amp fuse that feeds the relay? a relay is just a higher voltage switch but has to be activated from a lower voltage source.find the fuse and check it on both sides. if defective replace it.have someone sit in vehicle and turn on and off while you put your finger on the relay to hear and feel for a clicking. If you have the manual it should show you the fuse location.