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Electric fuel pump stills runs when car is turned off

Replaced the fuel pump relay on 1984 crown victorica

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Find the fuel pump relay which might be under the drivers side seat its possible its sticking. Also check the fuel pump reset switch should be located in your trunk sometimes these stick open. Its one of the two and I think its the fuel pump relay. Check both.

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