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On most cars, the fuel pump relay is located under a plastic cover near the fuse panel in the Engine bay. Underside of the cover should be labelled.
Posted on Dec 12, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
the relay and fuse are in the power distribution box under the hood. as far a by pass you still can use an aftermarket electric pump ,however the cost will be about the same as re3moving the old pump in the tank if that is the cause in the first place. if all you need is the relay replaced then i'm sure that the pump is still good. if the pump is bad then make sure if you by pass the in tank pump that the new under hood electric pump has enough pressure to give the needed gpm(gallons per minute) required for your system and that if wired into the current fuel circuit that you dissconnect the wire harness to your tank pump
Posted on Apr 26, 2009
it should have a guard where it goes into the tank to prevent people from stealing gas. my recommendation is A. try a long skinnier hose and dip it down as far as possible and then retrieve it and see if the end is wet with fuel. B. drop the fuel tank.
Posted on Aug 24, 2009
The ignition module sends a "pip" signal to turn on the fuel pump and keep it running. If the signal is lost, or not present you get no pump. This is a safety in case of accident or other hazard in order to shut off the fuel so it wont keep pumping into a car with the key still on but engine disabled for some reason. Take the module to your local parts store and have it tested, for free to check.
Posted on Sep 30, 2009
According to the information that I'm finding, the fuel pump relay on '94 Mustangs is part of the Constant Control Relay Module (CCRM). According to mustang-tech.org, the CCRM is the black box that's mounted on the radiator overflow. http://www.mustang-tech.org/wiki/94-95_Mustangs_Electrical_CCRM
Posted on Mar 02, 2011
SOURCE: I have a 98 Ford Mustang V6. I was told the fuel pump iin the fuel tank was not working. Ive dropped the tank and pulled the fuel pum inspection cover. The fuel pump does not lift out of the tank.
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Uh, the inspection cover? That's where the pump is, right? It comes out of the hole, you just need to turn and maneuver it out. It must have the gauge sender float with it. The float is on a longish rod with angles. Keep at it , you'll get it.
What fuse or relay you mean?
Posted on Dec 03, 2011
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