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98-Mitsubhi Eclipse - 2.4 SOHC fuel pump issues

98-Mitsubhi Eclipse - 2.4 SOHC.
Stopped running, checked voltage at fuel pump, only 10.8 to 11 volts.
Ran jumper from battery to pump it runs. Cam and Crank sensors check OK. Switched pump and MFI relays no change.
Where is the pump relay module located, could this be a culprit. Any help or suggestions are greatly appreciated.

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You could desrupt pump if try to configure relay module is located inside the fuel reservoir.

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