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You can use an ohm meter (multi-meter) and check each wire individually. I am sure that no car manufacture would put a fuseable link or floating wires in the gas tank. A fuseable link gets really hot before it blows and loose wires will spark when the have power on them and then connected .....both inside a gas tank would be bad. Sometimes a fuel pump can be going bad and temp changes can be the work or not work, sometimes you can bang on the gas tank and get one to start pumping. Sometimes you can just turn the key off and back on and it will start working. I would keep starting/ turning off the car untill it does it again, then check it with a fuel pressure tester or at least listen to see if it kicks on when you first turn the key (just to on, not crank). It should run for about 2 secs then stop each time you turn the key all the way off and back on. If its doesnt ... make sure there is voltage on the pump (this is checking the fuel pump relay and the fuse) before buying a fuel pump.
 
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