I have a '99 Mustang GT that I've owned since new (124K on the clock). I have it sitting in a garage now, with 1/4 tank of "fuel". If you can call the "fuel" sold nowadays as fuel rather than "corn likker". But I digress. While researching several DTC codes (mostly my fault), I noticed many, many, many threads regarding sitting Mustangs and no-start, fuel pump failures. So, what do I need to do to avoid fuel pump death in the future (I am getting voltage at the connector to the fuel pump down by the rear bumper center proving "upstream" electric goodness) ? I am really ****ed off at having to drop the tank and replace the fuel pump, so please forgive my snarling,snarky displeasure.