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You said you had a code? What code did you have?
Do you have the number?
It didn't run before you did the fuel pump assembly?
If the digital display stopped working, that sounds more like a Gauge issue, which could have set that code as well.
Does the truck start after replacing the sender assembly? Do you happen to have the code number you had? do you have any new code numbers?
That is Fords that have that switch. Nissan's do not. You will need to turn it over a while to build up fuel pressure and prime the line. How long did you try to start the car?
Did you check the fuel pump fuse in the IPDM?
Did you check the fuse with a test light?
How did you check power at the fuel pump to determine you weren't getting power?
You do know the pump only gets power while the engine is being turned over right?
The fuel pump fuse had power on both sides of the fuse?
Then we need to check power coming out of the IPDM.
Do you have a volt meter?
I just found something.. When you turn the key to the ON position.. is the engine fan on?
That is the IPDM. We need to see if pin 13 has power when the engine is turning over.
Then you need to ohm the Red wire from the pump to the IPDM. There has to be a problem with that wire if you have power at the IPDM and not the pump.