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Will not start

My mustang have been sitting in storage for 1 year. I tried to start it and it ran for about 20 sec. I added new fuel and changed the fuel filter and it ran for about 30 sec.. now i have no fuel pressure at the rail and it will not start..I also replaced the battery,,, not sure where the fuel pump fuse and the ccrm is located..Can you give advise

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  • ctct43 Aug 28, 2008

    I hear a clicking sound in the engine compartment,,,it sound like a relay having trouble,,,,but no pump running


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id say the fuel pump is given trouble!! does it make a sound when you turn on the igniton??

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    Damien R Aug 28, 2008

    dat could be the pump running!! id blow back pipe to clear it then leave pipe to see if any fuel comes out!! also i would locate fuel pump (under back seat in most cases) and put current to it and see if it works


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