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No power to electric fuel pump 88 5L 302

1988 full size bronco has no power to the fuel pump

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Check the fuel pump relay this sends the power to the fuel pump,

also has the car been in a smash even a small one if so the car may be fit with a enersher switch that cuts off the fuel circuit.

recommend you by a repair manual from your local parts retailer for the exact locations of these 2 units

Posted on Jul 18, 2009

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J5

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