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Ford the fuel pumps stop working. the next day they work for a week.now they stop working.

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  • dherbert1 Dec 31, 2008

    thanks a lot

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    My 92 Explorer quit while on the highway. After 30 min. it ran fine for another 3 weeks. It then quit again on the highway but this time it would start, cough, RPMs fluctuated then died. Sometimes it would start then die, sometimes it wouldn't start at all.

    I beleive it to be the fuel pump.

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Replace the fuel pump relay

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