Just because you hear it doesn't mean that it is working. A bad regulator,
leak in the pickup, leak in the output, or a number of other problems could
let you hear it run while it actually isn't pumping anything. Like another
poster suggested, I would replace the pump assembly, it is about due anyway
and work from there. If you hear it, then it is getting power so that is
not your problem and unless the line is completely crimped shut, you should
still get pressure when the engine is not running so I doubt that it is
either of those problems. Did you have it pressure checked?
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