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Old 09-27-2005, 02:41 PM
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Exclamation where is fuel pump relay in '93 ford truck?

hello, I am not Craig but his girlfriend. I found this site while at work and thought I would post for him. He needs to know where the fuel pump relay is located in his 1993 ford lightning truck. He is having problems with it cutting out while driving. He is a gear head, so feel free to talk engine talk he will understand.

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the fuel pump relay is located on the inside left front fender . in the square plastic box. that don't sound like the problem though. i had the same problem and found thaty wires going to the fuel pump were bad. also should also try the connector just above the rear end.
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fuel pump relay is in power distribution box by air cleaner, relay #2.

in same box fuse #16 is for fuel pump.

you/he may have corrosion under box at relay.

or relay may be bad.

buy them from ford.

not too technical was it?
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