ECM code question

Have a no-start 1995 Explorer. Cranks, no start. Got a code from ECM that translates to Fuel Pump Secondary problem. But there is voltage going to the
pump. Where it is parked ai can't get under to check at the pump, ut on the pump side of the inertia switch there is 12 volts when it should be there.
Something still tells me it isn't the pump, anybody have any thoughts on this situation?
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George J Csahanin
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Cedar Park, TX
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George Csahanin wrote:

Check the fuel pressure, and or try to prime the engine with starting fluid and or a little gas into the T body. If it starts and than dies most likely it is the fuel pump or the fuel pump relay. If it stays running replace the TP sensor. You need to reinstall the rubber air intake after you prime the engine so the mass air will work and keep the engine running. Good luck.
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