Question about Ford Crown Victoria
If what you meant is the fuel pump , then I would like you to confirm the following before you go further.
1.In the first place was the fuel pump of the same type and calibrated to the car specification?
If so then you must check and see if there is any fuel AIR LOCK that prevents the fuel to flow out in required pressure. You must check this or have the fuel pressure calibrated.
2. Secondly what was the reason for the fuel pump change? if this was for any poor performance then definitely there is no need of the engine to refrain from firing. Hope there is no fault in the fuel.
3. Finally make sure that the electrical system is working fine and in order. Please see that in the process of resetting a new pump there was any wires or connections that was accidentally tripped or disconnected.
Posted on Mar 21, 2011
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