Question about Ford F-150
Nope, it's only connected to the indicator on the dash and the ECM . If the sensor is triggered by a low pressure then the ECM will interpret that as a sign of engine failure and might shut the fuel pump. So no, it doesn't control it directly.
Posted on Jul 03, 2010
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