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Fuel pump driver module location

2007 lincoln navigator. Where is the fpdm. Its not under the spare tire. Fuel pump driver module

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Fuel pump is actuated by the PCM. engine computer.The fuel pump module it self is in the tank. ie pump, gauge sending unit.

Posted on Dec 06, 2012

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  • Nathan Dec 06, 2012

    Then why does for list a FPDM for the navigator, with mounting brackets for the frame.

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    Jeremy Nottingham Dec 06, 2012

    I worked for FORD MOTOR Co. dealer for 3 yrs I never heard of what your describing. Fuel pump modal is in the tank, fuel filter is along the frame, The "driver" is the pcm,turns on fuel pump.

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    Jeremy Nottingham Dec 06, 2012

    I stand corrected, you are right. It should be located on a cross brace above the spare tire to the front of truck.

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    Peter Kiryluk Aug 05, 2018

    Its located in the back on the driver's side. Its a little box behind the rear wheel. Its that easy. Just find it and replace it. But if you drive a 2003 Navigator then ur just screwed, because i have NO CLUE where the hell they put it, on a 2004 its in the rear drivers side tire well. On a 03 its just empty space, and its nowhere to be found, and nop information or diagrams exist.



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No, it is in front of the fuel tank right behind the tranny crossmember support somewhat hidden by a metal cover. Easy to see if you just look near the middle of the truck - under the where a back seat would be if you have the 4-door model.

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Their should be a bleed valve on the fuel rail if it has injecters. the tank is held on with two strapes that have bolts on one side.

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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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