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I HAVE A 2005 FORD F150 I HAVE NO POWER TO THE FUEL PUMP AND NO POWER TO THE FUEK SHUT OFF SWITCH. NEED HELP TO FIND THE FUEL PUMP RELAY

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The relay is more than likely in the fuse box under your hood.

I would check that box first, then the inside one.

I think it's in the battery box, I know in the older models it was there, number 301.

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