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Fuel Pump Connector Wiring Order

Well I took the Ford out a few times since all the recent repairs and she seemed to be working fine until I hit a chuckhole in the road and then she died...time to call out the flatbed.

Any I found a wire that came out of the fuel pump harness connector that houses the wires that connect to the top of the pump on my 90 F-Super Duty. When I reached up to reconnect it I found that the plastic harness connector had disintegrated. Now that I have a new connector I don't know what order the wires go back in. Any ideas?

As always thanks for all your help and advice, its been priceless!!!
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Well I took the Ford out a few times since all the recent repairs and she seemed to be working fine until I hit a chuckhole in the road and then she died...time to call out the flatbed.

Any I found a wire that came out of the fuel pump harness connector that houses the wires that connect to the top of the pump on my 90 F-Super Duty. When I reached up to reconnect it I found that the plastic harness connector had disintegrated. Now that I have a new connector I don't know what order the wires go back in. Any ideas?

As always thanks for all your help and advice, its been priceless!!!

On the F-Super Duty, the midship tank is a two pin connector --- the BK (black) goes to Pin 57 and the DB-Y (dark brown/yellow) goes to Pin 673.

Rear tank is a three pin connector --- the BK goes to Pin 57 and the Y-LB (yellow/light blue) goes to Pin 675. The third pin is unused.


I'll dig out some connector pictures later..........have to run ...............

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This should be the order of both front and back tanks:
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Hey SubFord, Thanks as always, but I can't quite make out the colors in your picture, I do have 4 wires,but can you tell me what they are from left to right or send me another photo?

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Left to right would depend on direction you are looking at it from.

Top to bottom in the the photo would be:
Front or mid tank:
Orange wire : pump ground
Red wire: pump power
Dark blue wire with yellow stripe : From dash gauge (sender signal)
Black wire: gauge ground (sender ground)

Rear tank or main tank:
Orange wire : pump ground
Brown wire with white stripe: pump power
Yellow wire with light blue stripe : From dash gauge (sender signal)
Black wire: gauge ground (sender ground)

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You are are the Ford Truck guru...awesome...thank you again!!!
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