the car was cranking fine the day before the next day it wouldnt start usually i can hear the fuel pump come on but now i cant the fuel pump relay was burned. i replaced it it still no power to the fuel pump what can i do. its just odd how it will do when i havent been having problems with it
no power to fuel pump on 1991 Lincoln Town Car
by chestang1600 in Mobile, AL on April 18, 2011
1 answer 2 comments
ANSWER by DaveJHM on April 18, 2011
The fuel pump relay is a good first place to look. The PCM relay is the same shape and size and can also be an issue. However, you may have a fuel pump electrical problem causing it to not activate. Have a fuel pressure test performed. However, before you do that - check the fuel pump emergency shut off (inertia) switch in the trunk - just on the off chance that it is tripped.
COMMENT by chestang1600 on April 18, 2011
where is the pcm relay
COMMENT by DaveJHM on April 19, 2011
Same relay box as the fuel pump relay.
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