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Hi, have you checked the fuel pump relay? It is turned on by the PCM. You can try swapping it with a similar relay in the box under the hood. If that doesn't work, probe the relay socket with a 12 volt test light to see what's going on. With the key off, there should be one hot terminal in the relay socket. With the key on, there should be 2 hot terminals and one ground terminal. To find the ground terminal, hook the test light clip to battery positive and probe the socket. A grounded terminal will light the light brightly. The pump terminal should light the light dimly. The 2 hot terminals should not light the light at all. Please let me know if you have questions, and thanks for using FixYa.
Hello , fuel pump relay location is in the relay box by the radiator. The fuel psi regulator is on the fuel rail itself. The regulator looks like a small disk about 1.5inchs in dia. It will have a vacuum line running to it.
Section 18-01: Wiring and Circuit Protection
1996 Probe Workshop Manual
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION
The following illustrations show the locations of the various relays on the vehicle.
The Location of the Starter Relay, Main Relay, Circuit (Fuel Pump) Relay, Turn Signal Lamp Relay, Horn Relay, Daytime Running Lamp (DRL) Relay (Canada Only), A/C Relay, Headlamp Relay, and Fog Lamp Relay
the one on left from crank going clockwise from crank is tensioner then power steering pump then water pump, then one on right from crank again clock wise is tensioner then alternator then aircon compressor, hope this helps
Obviously, you can jump the relay but it is dangerous on an extended basis. You'd have pressure in the lines when you don't want it there. Replace the relay if it is defective.
If you have other issues, you can check the pump back to the tank by going on the business end of the relay and looking for resistance at the pump to ground. If it is open, the pump or the harness is bad...GMs have harness issues...not Fords.