My fuel pump won't come on

Asked by Jul 08, 2016 at 05:04 PM about the 2003 Ford Crown Victoria Police Interceptor

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

My car won't start I replaced the whole wiring
harness and fuel pump but the fuel pump won't
come on I checked the relay and its good whats
wrong with my car plz plz plz

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How did you check the relay?

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Does your vehicle have a security system on it ? If it does maybe something wrong with it telling vehicle is being stolen and it will shut power off to the fuel pump.

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I just took em out and put the old relays from my old box in the new one but I took it to a Ford place and they said the computer is not communicating with the diagnostic machine to even run the test so idk what's going on

Yes it does have a security system on my car but I just took the fuse pout of it to turn it off but it still wouldn't crank I'm trying to go a cheap route before I just take it back to Ford

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