Ford F150

Asked by Aug 28, 2010 at 10:38 PM about the 1993 Ford F-150

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I have a 93 F150...with just one tank. The fule pump just stoped working one day?? I put a new one in and still nothing. I started looking around and found out i got no power at the pump. I checked all the fuses and relays nothing is poped...i then checked the wires all the way from the fule pump to the fire wall still no power? all the fuses and relays have power but nothing else. any idea?

2 Answers

check to see if your ecm fuse is blown.

I find it hard to believe that anyone would just immediately assume that they have to change the fuel pump right as their first task without going to a parts store first. Even a clerk that knows nothing about the car or make/ model ( it can happen), will hint about a fuel relay or ECM fuse. Odds are that you wasted several hundred dollars on the pump and labor to change it out. A fuel relay is $10 to $15 , a ECM fuse same price. A hell of a lot cheaper than buying a pump. ALWAYS start a project with the smallest and cheapest parts. If it is an electrical situation, the first place I am checking is my fuse panel.

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