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You'll need to figure out if it is an electrical problem or something hanging up in the bell housing. You can leave off the wire from the key and try it to see if something is powering the solenoid after you release the key switch. If your model has the solenoid on the fender it could be sticking.
turn ignition slot over with screw driver then use flat head screw driver to touch the positive and negative terminals on the solenoid making sure to avoid massive sparks and only touch the plastic handle on the screw driver
Use a Tester and Identifie each wire end to end then Put color tape to help to identified the ignition goes to Solenoid then solenoid to starter then Starter to battery Check Diode Proterction betwen solenoid and inition Fuse CAUTION FOR HAIR BAG FUSE PROTECTION may Cause Serious injury ...Good Luck
The fuel pump relay is part of a large relay control unit called the IRCM (intagrated relay control module)
The module is about 6"x4"x2" and has gobs of wires (large retangular connector) 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 tower, this module can be self tested by a dealer to see if it is bad, they seldom fail, I am a Ford dealer tech and have only replaced 2 in 20 years, Tempo does however have a fuel pump issue..
If you look up behind glove box (it will come out if needed) you should see wires going into heater housing/duct, then out to blower motor. The connector there should be attached to a resistor that may have gone bad. I believe there is 2 small screws holding it in to housing.
if you have a 1.3L 4cyl these were famous for the idle solenoid on the intake manifold located close to wind shield drivers side two wire plug and 2 10mm bolts it is round looks like a cap on it cant miss it!!use EFI cleaner spray it out good this opens and closes sometimes carbon plugs them up you should get a lot of black carbon out when spraying it out this should help hope it did. John
should be a red for hot black for ground yellow for memory and blue for amp remote. the rest of wires are speaker wires. match wires with car radio has a pair of wires for each speaker. like tan for positive tan with stripe on it is ground.