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Where is the horn relay on a 1986 Ford Tempo gl

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SOURCE: Have a Ford Tempo GL 1986 .It does not get any

open trunk and in side pannel pass side there is a fuel pump shut off switch press switch if it is poppeed up look in owners manual for fuel cut off switch press reset butto try to start car if it runs then the switch was tripped if it doesnt start remove rear seat lower cushion will be two bolts under at front or clips you pull lift up seat there is an inspection hole plate remove screws cover is round now you can access the sending unit for the fuel pump test for power when cranking engine if you have power feel the tank or sending unit you will feel it humm if pump is working if nothing removre the fuel line4s and sending unit test for power at the power wire to pump if no power replace sending unit if power at pump replace fuel pump this will isolate any problem in fuel system, if this helps plkease leave me a comment or a like this and reply to me let me know if you need more help

Posted on Jan 16, 2011

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The radiator cooling fan relay in ford Tempo gl has been integrated into the CCRM (Constant Control Relay Module) this is the black box fixed to the left strut tower with the big cable harness on it.

This relay box is commanded by the PCM (Powertrain Control Module) it´s linked to every sensor in the car. (It's located behind the fuse panel next to the steering column.

The PCM supervises various conditions, including the signal that the ECT (Engine Coolant Temperature) sensor sends and power up the Fan Relay into CCRM to activate the Cooling Fan.
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Relays have little spade terminals just like fuses, and plug into their sockets. Just grab the relay and pull straight up-may have to rock it back and forth to loosen it. I assume you have found the relay?

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SOURCE: Where's the car horn located on a 1986 Ford Tempo GL

in the front by radiator

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