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Approximately a year ago my lift pump(Raptor)quit working because my ECM was misbehaving(WTS light only working part time). I hot-wired lift pump through a switch as I needed truck. I have since had ECM repaired and all is good, however I would like to know what the folks here would suggest I do with lift pump power.

Should I hook it back up to ECM, through a relay of course, or should I use @IBMobile ASD wiring article for lift pump power? I’m kinda apprehensive about hooking to ECM again but that would be simplest. 

 Thank you in advance for your suggestions. 

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I was going to go the ASD route, but the idea of tapping into a perfectly good wire while my ECM still has a working lift pump circuit didn't appeal to me. Just tripping a relay, there's no real risk of taxing the ECM.

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