Question about 1991 Ford Explorer
SOMETHING IN THE BACK OF MY 1991 FORD EXPLORER KEEPS RUNNING WITH A HIGH PITCHED HUM AFTER I TURN THE IGNITION OFF. IF I PULL A 6 AMP FUSE UNDER THE HOOD IT WILL STOP AND REMAIN OFF WHEN I REINSERT THE FUSE. CAN YOU TELL ME WHAT IS RUNNING?
Could be the electric fuel pump if so equipped. What area(s) of the car the the fuse control, that should give you a hint. Some cars have a fuel pump system that the pump kicks on and off to keep proper fuel pressure up in the fuel lines. If not working right will run battery down in a few days.
Posted on Apr 30, 2010
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