I have a 92 F150 with two fuel pumps,both stoped working at the same time,can you tell me what might be the proble?
I have a good fuse,I was told there is a fuseable link some were on the battery side,I can't find it,my reserch was the flow of voltage was from the fuse to the initia switch in the right side foot cover piece, to the fuel pumps,voltage is good from the switch,but the the pumps will not work.
Hello, This could be a fuel pump relay problem or other issue involving loose wiring. You may want to take to your local mechanic to perform a diagnostic, as electrical problems can be difficult to diagnose from home. Best of luck! CarGrrl
Check the inertia switch under the dash(two pink and black wires to it with a red button on top) make sure it is pushed down.If this is ok check the small ground wires at the battery. If these are alright it is probably the fuel pump on the frame rail underneath the drivers door.
Did you ever get help with that my truck is doing the same thing and i need to get my baby to daycare and to work pls help
I don't think the 92' had a HP pump on the rail, just the ones in the tank were high pressure.
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