what would keep fuel pump relay from turning on all fuses good and fuel ifs switch is reset

Asked by Nov 18, 2013 at 08:53 AM about the 2007 Ford Mustang V6 Premium

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

car cranks do not hear  fuel pump turn on car does not start. does inertia fuel switch make
a noise if it has been set? is there  a way to see if fuel is getting to engine?

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switch does not make noise you have to press it to see if its tripped. if there is not a valve on the fuel rail to check fuel pressure then it has a sensor on the fuel rail. you will need a scan tool to see if the sensor is showing fuel pressure or not. you can find a fuel line and take it off see if anything comes out. or take it somewhere and get it looked at by a pro. no offense but it doesn't sound like you know much about cars.

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