fuel pump location


Asked by Sep 02, 2007 at 06:57 PM about the 1990 Ford Bronco

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

where is the fuel pump located

4 Answers


If it has a efi fuel system, it will be in the fuel tank and to get to it is to drop the fuel tank. If it is carburated, it will be ran on a mechanical fuel pump and that is in the front left side of the engine towards the bottom more than likely, unless they moved it from 89 bronco


you will have two, a low pressure in tank pump, and a high pressure inline pump, located inside of the frame rail on the drivers side about a foot forward from the seat

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its not in the tank and its not on the frame its botolted to the left front side of the the block or timing chain cover.

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That's an odd answer. Maybe in 79!!! Mine are, one in the tank and one one the frame just before the filter which is also on the frame

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