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Ford bantam fan doesn't kick in is it true that the computer will shut down fuel pump when fan doesn't kick in at temp?

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SOURCE: I don't here the fuel pump ever kick on in my 1990 Ford F150, and I tested all of the fuses and they are good. I was thinking the relay for the fuel pump might be bad -- any suggestions?

It's under your hood, in one of those boxes, and should be marked. Your pump won't cut in if it's fried either. Check to see if there is power at the pump. Maybe you just have a loose wire. You can always hope!

Posted on May 20, 2009

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SOURCE: fuel pump not kicking in, wired straight thru and

There is a fuel pump relay on your car. They are usually found in the underhood relay center, though in some cases, they can be under the dash. There is also a fuse for the fuel pump, seperate from the relay.

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SOURCE: My 86 ford econline van died and won't start,

checkout the crank sensor give these websites a try www.alldatadiy.com and www.autozone.com if all fails stop by your local library and get your hands on a Haynes auto repair manual for your Van wish you the best of luck Michigan Man.

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SOURCE: where is the fuel pump relay for a 1993 ford tempo

Hi :) The fuel pump relay is an integral part of the body control module it also houses the Fan relay this module is about 6"x4"x2" and has gobs of wires coming out of it, the module is mounted on a bracket under the hood that is bolted to the top of the driver's side front strut.

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SOURCE: I have ford bantam 1.6i rocam 2006 model. It Doesn't start, It doesn't pump the petrol, the is no power to fuel pump

Refer to your manual there is a switch that deactivated the fuel pump in case of accident, there is a switch by the pasangers feet that if in the up position is activated to stop the fuel...

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What causes the cooling fan to operate non stop/ kicking in very often?


The temperature of the coolant (mixture)... is monitored by a thermostat... which then activates the cooling fan...

It is most likely in a ten year old car... that the cooling system has NEVER BEEN serviced... and more likely the FAN and Temperature sensor are the early warnings of a major cooling system failure.

Check your pump, hoses, fluid levels...for any obvious signs of leaks...

Invest in a pressure tester (see below) and test the integrity of your system... before buying that new anti-freeze.

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May 06, 2016 | 2006 Ford Bantam 1.6i

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My bantam refuse to start I don't heart the fuel pump click on and off , can you tell me where the fuse or fuel relay situated.


Spray quick start down the intake, if it starts you have a fuel supply problem. If that is the issue check if your Ford does not have one of those cut off switches ... some have those that would kick off if you hit a curb or big enough pot hole. If not put a tester on the wires to the pump and see if you get 12Volts there when you turn on the key. If yes ... bad pump ... if no ..check fuel pump relay ... switch with a different relay ... sometimes they have the same relay for 3 or 4 other items on the car like horn or lights and so on. If still no you may have one of those cars that when the crank or cam sensor goes bad it turns off power to the fuel pump for safety issues. Hope this helps. Good luck

Jun 12, 2015 | 2005 Ford Bantam 1.3i

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Temp gauge not working of a ford bantam


Change the temperature gauge sending unit on the engine. It's probably causing the fan to be on.

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1992 taures shuts off after warming up


If the fuel pump is running all the time, you could have a relay problem or a short in the wiring. The cooling fan running could also be a relay or a problem with the computer. The computer will ground the fan relay if it thinks the engine might overheat such as when the temp sensor has failed.

Dec 05, 2012 | 1992 Ford Taurus

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I have ford bantam 1.6i rocam 2006 model. It Doesn't start, It doesn't pump the petrol, the is no power to fuel pump


Refer to your manual there is a switch that deactivated the fuel pump in case of accident, there is a switch by the pasangers feet that if in the up position is activated to stop the fuel...

Aug 28, 2012 | 2006 Ford Bantam 1.6i

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Where is the fuel pump relay for a 1993 ford tempo 2.3L. I REPLACED THE FUEL PUMP TODAY AND WHEN I DRIVE 5-18 MIN. THE FUEL PUMP SHUTS DOWN AND THE CAR DIES. AFTER IT SETS THE PUMP WILL KICK BACK ON AND IT...


Hi :) The fuel pump relay is an integral part of the body control module it also houses the Fan relay this module is about 6"x4"x2" and has gobs of wires coming out of it, the module is mounted on a bracket under the hood that is bolted to the top of the driver's side front strut.

Mar 17, 2011 | 1993 Ford Tempo

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Coolant temp sensor


NO, the sensor is good.

Apr 25, 2010 | 1997 Ford Taurus

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1989 ford aerostar will not start when engine is warm.


AM temp 55 car started but stalled out after starting. Attempted to restart and did not hear fuel pump. Tried again and then fuel pump kicked in. Checking fuel pump inertial switch and fuel pump electrical supply.

Apr 19, 2009 | 1989 Ford Aerostar Cargo

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'92 Ford Festiva stalls when overheats


it sounds like your radiator fan is not working. once your engine reaches a certan temp. the fan should come on to cool it down. also might be the thermostat is not opening. it is not good for the motor at all to over heat and stall. you could ruin your engine. i would change thermostat first and then run it till it starts getting hot to see if the fan kicks on. if it doesn't, it could be the coolant sensor or the fan itself. good luck.

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Red light on tac and engine light


check the relays for the fans if they are not orking it wwill lead to overheating issues,there should be either one or two relays to control the cooling fans

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