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CAN`T FIND FUEL PUMP RELAY ON`89 E-150,THERE`S NO CURRENT TO THE PUMP,PUMP IS GOOD.

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IT IS IN FUSE BOX LOCATED UNDER HOOD

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SOURCE: location of fuel pump relay on '89 f 150 4.9

looking from the engine from the front, it is on the right side and it is brown...there should be 3 relays there, and as i said it is the brown one at least it is brown on my F150.

Posted on Sep 17, 2010

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