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How can you get juice to go thru to the wires to the fuel pump shut off switch to the fuel pump in a 96 ford thunderbird

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Check fuel relay and should be a reset switch under glove box at top of floorboard

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mine is on the passenger side in front of the front door under the dash with a small hole for acess

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have you checked all fuses under the hood? have you checked the fuel pump relay? you may be able to swap the fuel pump relay with amother relay in the fuse box.are you getting power into and out of the reset switch? from there it goes to the fuel pump. if power is getting to the fuel pump and it has a good ground, the the pump is bad.

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The starter SOLENOID is on the starter motor. The starter RELAY is located on the left fender apron just behind the battery. (The positive (+) battery cable connects to it)

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