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92 f150 straight six 4.9L no fire and fuel pump not coming on

Started truck up one morning ran perfect then stalled truck never does this. thought it was the fuel pump. checked all fuses and relays with test light they all work. checked for spark no spark.
Any help i would appreciate it before i take it to the garage.

Could it be the computer?

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  • nathanallene Feb 07, 2009

    that would explain the spark problem but what about the fuel pump not coming on? You dont think that could be the computer turning both of them off if it went out?

  • bgeezie33 Mar 20, 2009

    my truck runs good but sometimes when i first start it up it runs rough like it is not getting fuel.i rev the engine a little and it finally smooths out and i can go on my way.sometimes when im going down the road it will stall and crank back up easily. any suggestions?

  • Anonymous Mar 24, 2014

    I change both computers and timing belt and fuel pump and checked the fuses and still nothing

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It's the coil pack and also check the ignition module connecter and make sure everything is plugged under the hood

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    edgar walker Feb 07, 2009

    check the fuel pump relay under the hood and make sure all the connections are in place on the fuel pump

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This has a ecc relay on driver side of fender this relay control the computer find the relay and tou will probably find chard connections.this was pretty common in the early 90's ford trucks.hope this helps

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