1993 Ford Thunderbird LX V8 5.0 302 fuel pump issues

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Asked by Jan 15, 2012 at 04:15 PM about the 1993 Ford Thunderbird LX

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Hi i have feul pump issues. I took it to an machanic 5 months ago and 5 months before that i took it again for the same problems. and now its happening again the fuel pump does not come on because i dont hear it. now that i got a little mad i hit the gas take(yes i know dumb ass on my part) but after i did it i heard the fuel pump come on and she started rite up. PLAESE HELP WHY COULD SHE BE DOING THIS TO ME?

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as the owner of 3 T BIRD SUPER COUPES,your fuel pump is going bad needs replaceing,and hitting the bottom of gas tank was the best thing you could have done,it got it working,RIGHT.

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Sounds like you have a wire that may have a bad connection and you hitting the tank may have wiggled it just enough to get it to power the pump a fuel pump either works or it don't so the pump is good it's in the wiring or connection..

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