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1989 ford probe fuel pump relay

Where is it at? i cant get power to the pump to start the car.

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Usually the relay sits in the engine compartment fuse/power distribution box.

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JC

Posted on Dec 06, 2008

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If you have other issues, you can check the pump back to the tank by going on the business end of the relay and looking for resistance at the pump to ground. If it is open, the pump or the harness is bad...GMs have harness issues...not Fords.

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