Question about 2004 Ford Ranger
Posted by Anonymous on
Did you check the relay? Power goes from ignition switch to relay to pump. Where B+ stops is your problem.
Run a pair of jumper wire from battery to pump just to see if pump works. If it buzzes and runs its ok.
Then you definately know its something in the control circuit.
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