What would be the cause of no power to the fuel pump?

Asked by Dec 26, 2013 at 10:37 AM about the 1985 Lincoln Town Car

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

The fuel pump relays and the EEC module are good.

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If you have a test light and you know there is no power at the pump, work backwards along the wiring and find out where the power is interrupted- you will need a wiring diagram

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Check fuel shut off switch in trunk,should have red botton on top, push button and you will reset switch, it is a magnetic switch two magnets and a round steel ball inside, in case of impact accident the ball comes off and shuts fuel off. the magnets will get and if you hit a bump to hard in could cause switch to open and kill the fuel pump. If all else fails unplug swich fromharness and put in jumper wire, temparary only.

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P.s. you might have to hunt for switch, ford liked to move themaround. Good hunting

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Usually on drivers side rear quater in trunk

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Check your oil. Oil press sensor will turn the fuel pump off if there is no oil pressure

Oil pressure switch only will keep fuel pump running if fuel pump relay fails.

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