1995 Dodge Ram 2500 5.9L gasoline vin 5 About a week or so ago the truck would not start after I put gas in it, although it did sputter a bit acting like it wanted to... After some testing about I fortunately found that banging on the fuel tank got it going again and other than having to bang on the fuel tank once or twice a day it would run decent. FF to Sunday... Dropped the fuel tank, replaced the fuel pump. It was no easy task... It ran for a bit and I thought all was good but then I realized I wasn't getting enough fuel, soon as I'd give it some gas it started to die, but I drove to the fuel station to put some gas in it... The fuel gauge, the float to which is attached to the fuel pump, doesn't work anymore. But I put 5 gallons in it plus after I re-installed the tank I dumped some in too, there's probably near 10 gallons in there. Now it won't even sputter. Testing on the rail port reveals little to no fuel getting through. Disconnected fuel line below the rail and at the fuel tank, blew air through going backwards, this went well so I am assuming there is no clog in the main line. The relays appear good. Checking the 4-wire harness connector to the pump, I get 5v on one lead... Nothing on the other 3. Not sure if this is normal, not sure if the pump is even working, how to test it. Any ideas?