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Fuel pump is not working i have pwr in an out inertia switch pats light flashes

(1999 Lincoln Continental)
in Wichita, KS on June 09, 2016
after key is turned to on and start position. also is there a power dist box located in trunk.and is there a fuel pump relay under hood
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on June 09, 2016
FIRST>try the spare PATS key..did someone put the wrong key in the switch?is the theft light blinking/flashing rapidly? any work done on the car recently? when key is turned to ON,fuel pump fuse sends power to the fuel pump relay,from relay>power is sent to the inertia switch,from inertia switch to fuel pump connector.
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on June 09, 2016
Yes light is flashing tapidly. Yes, just installed used motor. My grandkids stuck a stick n the door lock and key wont turn ,(unlock) so I had to unhook the lock itself and use the keyless entry. I had issues with tje fuel pump b4 I cjangef motors. I could put tje tilt wheel all the way up and woulf start. Now pump doesn't kick om at all. I can hook jumper to pump and workd but no injectors or fuel pressure. Thanks for any help with this matter
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