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Fuel pump relay should be located under hood in fuse box and fuse box should have relay marked out as fuel pump. Another way in owners manual there should be diagram of fuse and relay boxes and locations.
Most vehicles have a fuse and a fuel pump relay. The relay should be in the fuse/relay block under the hood, maybe called the Power Distribution Box or Center. Look for a cover over it with labeling of locations on the underside of the cover.
The fuse for the pump circuit is often there, too, although sometimes the fuse will be in the fuse panel below the dash. And GM cars often had another fuse panel in or under the glove box.
Diagram you can see at http://www.bbbind.com/free_tsb.html
Shows the relay, but does not give location. It is usually in the box you couldn't open. Diagram also shows you have an impact fuel pump cutoff. Do you have owner's manual? Ford has good relay diagrams in their manuals--I'm sure it will show.
See picture below where the fuel pump cut off switch is located. The fuel pump relay is located in the power distribution box located in the engine compartment (see other picture). The relay is located in the R7 position in that box (see layout diagrams below). There is also a fuse for the fuel pump which is located in the same fuse panel. That fuse is in the nuber 12 position and should be a 15 amp fuse. All of this should be in your owners manual if you have one. If you don't and would like a copy, you can email me at email@example.com with your make, model and year and I will be happy to email you a copy. I hope this helps and good luck.
Yes - sounds like a Pump fuse, relay, or a pump...When you cycle the key (off-on-start-on) do you hear the pump running? The fuel pump fuse may be under the hood with the other engine fuses - and it well may not be -(there is an accessory fuse box that has all the fuses for the inside accessories in it - located in the passenger compartment somewhere)- also check the kick panels at the drivers left foot and the passengers right foot -(If they pop off easily - The fuse box plastic cover will pop off easily, not attached with screws - so if you see screws or nuts, it won't be there) Look up under the dash on the drivers side, and also lastly check in the glove box- If you cannot find it, I'd see if I could find a Mazda "lovers" web-site - Often they post what is called "component locator" information, that would tell you exactally where it is (Normally you have to pay for access to that information - gotta love the web), or you may be able to locate a electronic owners manual there as well which will definitely tell you ...Best of luck and hope that helps some....
Fuel Pump relay switch is in the main box usually located on the drivers side Fender in a black box.
According to the owner's manual in the power distribution box in the engine
compartment (Ford recommends disconnecting your battery)
Relay # 5 is the fuel pump relay , and also in the PD BOX is a 20 amp mini-fuse
for the fuel pump relay + RAP module in location # 9
( P.S. - don't forget your fuel pump inertia switch , in the right front passenger area ,
by the right front kick panel )Sometimes this gets kicked by passenger or if the car is bummed hard it could set this item to shut down fuel system. Best of Luck