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Did you replace the in tank fuel pump or the high pressure fuel pump?

First thing I would do is to check the fuel pressure. You may have introduced garbage from the tank through the fuel system and now the fuel lines are clogged.
 

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Did you replace the in tank fuel pump or the high pressure fuel pump?

First thing I would do is to check the fuel pressure. You may have introduced garbage from the tank through the fuel system and now the fuel lines are clogged.
Wasn't aware it had 2 fuel pumps. Can the one in the tank be replaced?
 

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Wasn't aware it had 2 fuel pumps. Can the one in the tank be replaced?
The fuel tank pump can be replaced, but best to check pressure from it first to the high pressure fuel pump first.
You should also be able to hear that tank pump when you first turn the key.

There is a chance the electric fuel pump may have been damaged when you ran out of gas.
 

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The fuel tank pump can be replaced, but best to check pressure from it first to the high pressure fuel pump first.
You should also be able to hear that tank pump when you first turn the key.

There is a chance the electric fuel pump may have been damaged when you ran out of gas.
I can hear the pump. Getting code p0627
 
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