Last week while getting ready to put the GTV away for the winter, I wanted to take it for one last 2020 drive. I tried to start it but it would only turn over. Since it fired up just a second before, and I no longer could hear the fuel pump running, I figured a fuse had blown, but the fuel pump fuse was good. I then crawled under the car to check the power at the wiring connected to the pump, but the wires pulled right out of the crimp connectors that were still on the tabs of the pump plug. So I assumed that was my problem (or at least it was now), and crimped new connectors onto the wires, but then wasn't sure if it mattered which wire went to each tab on the fuel pump plug. I looked all over the forum in vain, but I found no answer to this, and eventually took a guess as to which wire went where, hooked it up, and all worked fine. Pump ran, car ran, case closed. But mu OCD still has me wondering if I got lucky on first try or the pump is one that doesn't matter (maybe an oscillating mechanism instead of a rotary). Thought I would post here and see if anyone knows the answer.