It will drain in your driveway so put something under your truck like old news paper. Have a rag handy because fuel will drain from the loose end of the hose that goes to the motor. It won't fit that well but just keep wiggling. This will make the relay run longer. Is the small one closest to the fender right side in photo the fuel pump relay? I saw this cluster of relays near the driver's side fender. I have pressed the fuel shutoff impact reset button several times.
Let it sit overnight and nothing at all in the morning, no fire! Any help would be greatly appreciated. It costs nothing to check and if the button is out or won't go in you found your problem. Fuel pump relay is in battery junction box in engine compartment. If no wind then I'd check and even replace the fuel pump relay which is right above the battery towards the back of it. Look either in the left rear storage compartment behind panel o … r in one of the front kick panels The Fuel Cutoff Switch on a 1994 Ford Taurus is on the Passenger side under the Carpeted area where you normally place your feet when riding there is a rubber plug about 2'' that you remove and push the Reset button found on top.
Take the air filter off, its right there in front of the fire wall Actually left to the fuel filter looks like a starter solenoid for a ford They are both very bad at this!!! If you hear the sound then the relay is fine. The purpose is to cutoff the fuel pump if you have a wreck, so fuel is not spewing out all over the pavement. Remove the oil temp sender which is on the back of the hi psi oil pump reservior 2 wires. After checking all the obvious, fuel filter replaced , relays and fuses, inertia switch, then finally fuel pressure at the rail. Disconnected fuel supply and return at filter location, blew out lines clear, no obstructions , same result 10psi. It is easy to do but takes a good 3-4 hours and an almost empty fuel tank is preferred before you begin because the tank is already heavy enough empty. To reduce risk of contaminating the replacement pump, Delphi recommends cleaning the fuel tank before installing a new pump.
Open the hatch and stand in the back of the car looking into the hatch. The junction box you are looking for is the one closest of the two to the fender and of the three relays in there the relay closest to the fender is the fuel pump relay. You might want to check to see if your fuel filter is clogged. Now press the line towards the tool and pull line back and it should pop off. Your Name: Your Email: Message: Type Code in box: Code is case-sensitive. Depends on the make and model of car.
Might check all the fuses as well incase the fuel heater fuse is blown. This means your filter is fine. If it's not holding back an appropriate amount of pressure, then your pump is just running fuel through the lines, through the fuel rail, and back to the tank. First time I thought I had it since it 'felt' like it pushed in No my next test is to disconnect the fuel rail-line somewhere, thinking fuel filter and then do a 'quick' key test to see if any fuel pumps. After a day or so of trying to start it they took the fuel line off to test pressure it was nil they put things back together and it started. Well there was a running problem.
Typically on the driver's s … ide in the trunk. You may post sale items for free in the Classifieds section. If the pressure does not reach the specified value, the pressure relief valve might have a small piece of crud keeping it from seating closing properly. If no gas came out, then fuel pump is next thought. They tried to start it but couldn't.
If you are trying to r … elieve the pressure in your fuel system to work on it, say to r and r the fuel filter, once you unplug it, and have cranked the motor to relieve the pressure, then have plugged it back in once your work is complete, go ahead and hit the reset switch just to be sure it works. In fact, I have just discovered. Rather than hijacking an existing thread, I'll start a new one on fuel pump relay location. What applies to your specific truck may or may not apply to another. I have found them tripped after fender benders or hitting large potholes or, this is the funny one, tripped by the huge sound amplifier systems kids have in the trunk.
I managed to get it started the next day and drove it a block to my mechanic when it died while I was parking it. Hello, This relay is in the power distribution center and there could be two relays if you have bi-fuel. Many have the switch in the trunk on one side or the other. Open that little panel and there in the hole is little switch. It runs great now, but I was told that I should replace the switch also. The way you'll know it's the right switch is that there should be a reset button on top of the switch. It is an automatic item that turns on then off quickly because it thinks it has shot enough fuel from the tank all the way to the motor to start up.