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There're people that say Yes, there're others that say no. Even some say that if it won't pump it is at fault (the pump). What's the truth?

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The pump should only function while the engine is running. The pump circuit is designed to operate like that so that the fuel pump is automatically switched off if the car is involved in an accident that ruptures the fuel line. When the fuel line is broken the engine will die due to fuel starvation and the pump will automatically switch off, reducing the risk of fire.

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