1999 Buick Lesabre;V6; died going down the interstate

Tiny
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1999 buick lesabre; v6; died going down the interstate and will not start. I blew through the fuel line to see if it would bubble, (to see if there was gas in it) and it had nothing just straight air. So I dropped tank and removed fuel pump. The fuel hose inside the pump had a huge hole in it. Could not remove hose to replace so I just bought a whole new fuel pump. That was expensive! When I was removing old fuel pump I pulled the wires out of the 4 pronged electrical connector. Although I think I have put them back in the right position; a, b, c, d, I am doubting myself on this. Maybe enlightenment on which wire goes where? If this is not my problem and I have them hooked up correctly, then what could my problem be? What should I check or try next? Vapor lock? Unsure. Please help
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Monday, October 8th, 2007 AT 12:35 PM

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Tiny
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I was just woundering how you blew threw the fuel lines. I would check fuel pressure and go from there. If got good fuel pressure then must of hooked them up right.
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Tuesday, October 23rd, 2007 AT 8:02 PM
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