Question about 1990 Lincoln Continental
Hello, in regards to your problem, I had this same problem with my 1990 Lincoln Continental. The relay is not in any panel, nor is it at the fuel tank. I traced the cable to the engine bay, the relay is one of two located on the firewall, situated in the middle. I found in my car, that it is the left one of the two, if you are standing in front of the car. It will have a VERY large yellow cable going/coming from it. This is the cable which sends power the fuel pump, it is unregulated, and their are no fuses in this circuit. The fuel pump, gets full power it needs from the power system.
I hope this helps, and you won't have to resort to cutting out a whole like I did, under your rear seat to test the fuel pump, or to trace the wiring harness. -- Alfredo
Posted on Oct 10, 2009
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