I have a 1989 F/150 302, I am not getting power to the High Pressure fuel pump, I am not sure about the low pressure pumps power, I just replaced the saddle in-tank pump to no avail, I did remove the high pressure pump amd confirmed that it was working with 12 volt battery, I am not sure where to go from here, the truck has set for years and was given to me, I really want to get it runnung, does anyone have the quick fix? Thanks

Asked by Jun 25, 2007 at 11:30 AM about the 1989 Ford F-150

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I have a 1989 F/150 302, I am not getting power to the High Pressure fuel pump, I am not sure about the low pressure pumps power, I just replaced the saddle in-tank pump to no avail, I did remove the high pressure pump amd confirmed that it was working with 12 volt battery, I am not sure where to go from here, the truck has set for years and was given to me, I really want to get it runnung, does anyone have the quick fix? Thanks

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Did you check the fuel pump regulator?

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there could be more that 1 cause for no power to high preasure pump 1. it could be a relay problem 2. there ids an inline fuseable link not sure wich one it is youll have to do some research

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also check your fuel pump relay

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hotwire, fuse, toggle switch. qwik and easy, not correct or maybe even up too others "standards" but i've done it a million times, pressure is regulated on the fuel rail, so assuming you dont forget to shut it off , it wont hurt anything.

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If your battery runs below 12v it cuts out the fuel pump relay and the pump won't run. Check the battery voltage and if below 12.5 volts charge the batterey

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hotwire is bad bad bad only crackheads do stuped stuff like that. in the pasenger kick pannel there is a enersha switch that sometimes trigers. check oweners manual for exact location but try that then go from there, fuses under hood and in cab.then start chasing the circuit

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Sat for years! I guess you drained any remants of what was formerly gasoline from the tank and inserted something a little fresher. Varnish and gum in the fuel system has to be present.

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I have a 89 it did the same thing so I ran my own wires nd I dnt have any trouble with it just dnt forget to turn it off

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