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My fuel pump shut off how do i restart the fuel pump

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Check your trunk. fords usually put a fuel pump reset switch on the left side of the trunk. sometimes it is labeled in other cases the sticker may have fallen off. it is usually hidden behind the carpet on the wall of the trunk.

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