Question about Ford Crown Victoria
Hello, You may have tripped the Inertia sensor. Depending on what you are driving, the Inertia sensor can be in the left quarterpanel in the trunk or cargo area. This usually means Crown Vics, Taurus, Expedition, and some Mustangs. If you have a Truck or Van it can be under the dash on the Passengers kickpanel area. All that is needed is to press and hold a reset button on it for a second or 2 and your fuelpump will work again.
It can also be found around the drivers kickpanel. You can ask an Autoparts store the location which will be faster than usuing the Internet. If your car or truck is older than fuel injection models you are probably doing the right thing with the fuel filter.
If you do not have luck with the fuel you need to check for spark.
Posted on Mar 13, 2011
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