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Need a 12 volt wiring schematic for a 1999 Ford F53 chassis motorhome

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SOURCE: on my 1994 plymouth voyager the 3 wire harness to fuel pump (blue wire) doesn't have 12 volts; should it? fuel pump quit then worked once when hot-wired with 12 volts. fuse and relay is good.

The wire should not be hot until the relay is triggered. The relay does not get triggered until the ignition key is turned on. It will run for 3-5 seconds or until the system pressure it at max.

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SOURCE: fuel pump does not work- 1999 ford super duty class a motorhome

Check your vehicles safeties. Your ECM is probably programed for engine shutdown if it senses low oil pressure or low coolant level. Do a preliminary check.

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SOURCE: I need A ignition wiring diagram for a simple hook

Run circuit = Key on- hot wire to coil + terminal. Coil-- goes to distributor. Cranking circuit. Hot wire to stsrter relay s post . One of the two small posts. Battery. + to relay +out of relay to starter.Battery -- to engine for a ground. I hope this helps, Good Luck, Ned

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SOURCE: I get 14 to 16 volts at the alternator and only 12 at the battery

when running your car ur battery should be around 12.4v to 13.2v ur car runs off the alternator and should be putting out more the 12 volts bc of all the assesories in ur car need more then 12volts there are no problems with ur car it should be like that

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SOURCE: I need the wiring schematics for a 1999 Ford F250

You need to specify that if the diagram engine or that. Thanks

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