how do you get power to the fuel pump on a 1985 ford crown vic every electrical component has been changed and still on power to t he pump.

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Asked by Jun 23, 2014 at 05:52 PM about the 1985 Ford LTD Crown Victoria

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I have been from the in tank fuel pump to the distributor replacing all the electrical components along the fuel system and still have no electrical current going to the fuel pump. what is next to look for or at?

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Which engine do you have?

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Check for power to the Fuel Pump relay. It's operated by the PCM. The PCM gets its signal from the distributor module. Not to be a jerk but by now, you could have paid an experienced mechanic to diagnose your concern and be driving this car.

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I HAVE BEEN DOING THE WORK MYSELF. EVERY THING HS BEEN REPLACED: DISTRIBUTOR , ECM, FUEL PUMP RELAY, ECM RELAY, COIL, ETC. STILL NO POWER TO THE PUMP. I CAN PUT POWER TO THE PUMP IF I STRAIGHT WIRE IT. I HAVE EVEN REPLACE ONE OF THE FUSABLE LINKS. WHAT IS NEXT 5.0 302 ENGINE.

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