so after some wire tracing and everything its still doing it i still lack the specs it runs and drives normally but is now giving off a p1237 code fuel pump secondary circuit fault
Honestly from looking at the possible causes for a P1237 my best guess is there's a pinched wire somewhere in the fuel pump or wiring harness. Since your reported symptom is excessive fuel pressure, that would tend to indicate the short is to GROUND in the RETURN part of the circuits. Since the circuit is a ground start circuit, a short to ground in the circuit return would make the FP run at 100% duty cycle.
A short in the +12 volt supply side would likely blow a fuse.
I did help someone in the past with a problem blowing FP fuses. The FP would work perfectly when tested but would blow a fuse when trying to drive. It turned out to be a wire pinched between the FP hat and the gas tank. When the tank was lowered to test the FP, this broke the ground between the gas tank and the car's body. Thus allowing the test to work. However when the tank was pulled up into position, the tank's ground was restored thus blowing the fuse.
P1237 - Fuel Pump Secondary Circuit Malfunction
Open or shorted FP PWR circuit
Open FP RTN circuit to FPDM
Open or shorted circuit in the fuel pump
Locked fuel pump rotor