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The fuel pump relay on your vehicle is an integrated part of the Constsnt Control Relay Module (CCRM). It is located in the driver's side front of the engine compartment. You must remove the air cleaner box to get to it.
This car has a relay module that contains a few relays internally and cant be serviced the relay box must be replaced, the relay box module that contains the fan and ac compressor and fuelpump relays is located under the air filter box, remove the filter box and you will see the relay module bolted there. hope this helps.
I have bypassed this same issue when we had our Escort wagon! I tried a new blower motor relay and no luck, from my research this is a common problem, i opted to go for the aftermarket fan relay from Advanced auto, it worked perfectly! anyhow the relay is behind the driver's side headlight underneath the black box Good luck!
Did you check the parts before replacement? Check if there is power supply to the fan when engine is hot and the fan should start. Also check the temperature sensor or the automatic fan switch located below the radiator, it may be faulty.
The thing to do is to look in your main fuse box under the hood and check to see if the fuse for that is blown. Another solution is to direct wire the fan from the fan itself to the battery, that will help you to determine if its a relay or if your fan motor has gone bad.If its works when hooked direct you can run a wire to theinside of the car and attch it to a toggle switch.
there is a relay in the junction box under the hood if the cooling fan is not coming on when the engine is at 180 degress you can take the a/c clutch relay and switch it with the fan relay. if the fans come on it's the relay if it still doesn't it's the temp sensor on the fan unit....please rate this