My 2001 Aero died in the center lane of the freeway during rush hour today. That was one of the most unpleasant experiences of my life! It cranks, but it won't, or will just barely start, and then instantly dies. After I got it towed home, I stuck my ear up to the fuel pump and turned the ignition to on. I couldn't hear anything from the pump. I jumped fuse 9 (radio) and the fuel pump fuse, and still nothing. Before I buy a new pump, I just want to make sure I was jumping the pump correctly. It looks like voltage comes into the upper contact of each fuse, so I jumped the upper contact for the radio fuse to the lower contact of the fuel pump fuse. Does that sound right? If so, then it sure seems like my fuel pump is toast. The car currently has 150,000 miles on it, which is a little more than my '97 900 and '00 9-5 had when their pumps died.