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You have a shorted 12 volt wire, you must locate that wire and repair it. I have no idea which or where this wire is or what it is shorted to. I would need to do the work to repair it, just can't do it over this computer keyboard. Below is a wiring diagram of the lighting system, it will help you to locate the problem.
Unplugging the fuel control relay or module will ensure no current is entering the wire heading towards the fuel pump. The likelihood is there is a short circuit somewhere along that part of the circuit though it is possible the relay could be faulty.
Ideally, with the aid of a circuit diagram, the wire should be traced from the source at the fuel pump module along its length until the fault is discovered. There is intelligent equipment available that can locate short circuits.
for the most part its in the trunk behind one of the panel if you can not find it call your local ford dealership in the parts department and they be able to tell you where it is located in the trunk wish you the best of luck Michigan Man.