Okay guys i've been looking around onm here for a while and have a few ideas but would just like to clarify and ask a few more questions. SO i just bought a bronco yesterday its an 1988 that just had a rebuilt trans and motor put in 2 years ago. I bought it off a neighbor who has no use for it because he fixed it up for his son but his son bought a new truck and nobody drives the bronco anymore. Well we went to crank it up and it wouldnt start. couldnt hear either fuel pump cutting on and there was only a little bit of gas coming out of the fuel pressure valve on the fuel rail. Very low pressure or hardly any. So things i've checked so far are the inertia switch under the brake pedal and i bought a fuel relay bc i was already at advance auto and it was only $11 but i have no clue were it goes cas i cant find a relay box under the hood like most cars. I think I would need to check the grounds to see if there loss or have a bad connection but have no idea were they would be located? any specific ground i need to look at and were do i need to look to find it? I also dropped the tank today and am going to replace the fuel pump assembly because i think i might be able to kill 2 birds with one stone bc the fuel gauge is also acting funny it shows way high. Money's not a huge problem bc the guy i bought it from told me to bring him reciepts and he'd reinbusrt my money back. But i only have about 200 and i dont want to spend it all and still not fix the problem. Oh it has a 5.0 and an automatic transmission. Also it ran great when it was parked, i actually road it in the last time it was drove cas im friends with the guys son. I really need your help guys cas im trying to get it on the road cas i need a vehicle. ANy help/suggestions is greatly appriciated.