How to new test fuel pump without installation??

Asked by Dec 29, 2016 at 01:55 PM about the Ford E-150

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

After multiple tests come to find out its was my New FUEL Pump. Got it online
so I have to wait till another arrives. HOW CAN I TEST NEW FUEL PUMP
BEFORE INSTALLATION????
The previous one we did a bench and ohm tested and it worked. Don't want
this to happen again. I know fuel has to be present to cool down pump, BUT
WHAT OTHER METHOD CAN
I USE TO TEST IT OUT. ??? HELP

4 Answers

55,415

Buy a fuel pump from Ford and you won't have issues with bad pumps. They are more money, but can be found at reasonable prices at some dealerships and online.

76,335

Sounds like it would have paid for itself, not having to do the job twice.

55,415

Rowefast, as you know non OEM electric parts can be problematic. Some work great and some are crap and it is nearly impossible to separate the crap from the good stuff. Also I sent you a message, the message system is not supposed to work anymore, but I got 1 on 12/26/16 so it may still be working.

thanks,will give it one more shot

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