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I just bought a 96 Eddie Bauer from my son. It a beauty....but-
I have the same problem as you. I thought I had narrowed it down to an injector. How did you arrive at the fuel pump.
Did you do it yourself? It's in the tank isn't it ( I know....dumb question) Woody
Although I hate to hear you are experiencing this problem, it's nice to know I'm not alone. Please let me know if the fuel pump fixes your problem. I wish I could test that theory by flipping over to my rear tank but that pump doesn't work at all! When searching for this problem online I keep hearing fuel pump, fuel pump. It's just the lady thing you want to believe! Good luck! I hope it's the final answer!