Question about 2006 Ford F-150
Did you check the Fuel Inertia Switch in the passenger side kick panel ?
If you did, and it is not tripped, might want to check the FPDM ( Fuel Pump Driver Module ) to see if it has corrosion built up behind it, and cracked the PC board.
Here is what mine looked like on my 2006 ( salt in winters )
This is the wide picture showing location.
The FPDM is mounted to the cross member, just in front and above the spare tire under the rear of the truck ( drop the spare tire to see it ) .. This picture is taken from the rear bumper, facing the front of the truck. The cable on the right is the spare tire lift and the tire on the left is the driver's side rear tire.
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Posted on Mar 24, 2011
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