Question about 2001 Ford Taurus
Posted by Anonymous on
Hello Dennis weird,
My name is Francis, From Pretoria, South Africa.
I would like to ask some few questions please.... I have a 2007 Ford Focus ST.2.5, 6 speed Manuel. I bought the car from an Insurance salvage ..... After installing the Radiator which was out. i tried to start the car, it refuses to start, it just sounds like is about to start, then is not starting. I open the bonnet and check if the fuel will spins out as i would be trying to start it... Nothing came out. when i on turn the key no sound of the fuel pump then i went to the Real Right seat. and open it, I saw that the cable going inside the fuel tank which is connected to the fuel pump has a sockets which is not plug and it nothing was there. it looks like the fuel pump driver module was there and they stole it. i can see the other sockets half as they just pull out the module along with the cable. I have gone to Ford with my VIN for them to order the parts for me, they all seems not to know what i m looking for.... i have other Ford Focus ST of 2008 2009 2010 2011, there was nothing on that back seat... its just cables going inside the tank and out... Please i need help as i m already frustrated... Does any one have an Ideal of what i m talking about?
Posted on Apr 16, 2014
SOURCE: fuel pump
Yes they are the same, the job of the fuel pump driver module is an electric voltage regulator that varies the voltage supplied to the fuel pump to slow it down, this makes it run very quietly and does away with the whine at idle that some people find annoying as I have found from personnel shop experience at the Ford dealer I worked for for 20 years..
Posted on Feb 09, 2012
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Look into the rear of the trunk behind the driver-side rear-passenger seat and pull back the carpeting. Locate a black, rectangular box that has a wiring harness plugged into the bottom of it. This is the fuel pump driver module.
Unbolt the module by loosening the two bolts holding it in place with a socket wrench. Disconnect the wires at the bottom of the module by simply squeezing the locking tabs on the wires and disengaging them from the module.
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