What fuse if blown or pulled will cause it not to start on 2003 Ford Expedition

I want to be able to pull a fuse out during the night sui no can start my car

by in Fort Worth, TX on January 31, 2014
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3 answers 3 comments
ANSWER by , January 31, 2014
I just answered it in your last request...fuel pump fuse . U better hide your pocketbooks... It 12:00 I'm out.......
ANSWER by , February 01, 2014
I worked on one of these the other day and I'm trying to think of an idea, but the main power control is in the right kick panel. The inertia switch is in the left rear panel and would be difficult to wire a kill switch, when trying to access the wiring to it. That would be a good possibility for you, if you can do it your self or have it done, that way they would have no idea where to look and would be fairly easy for you to access without any one knowing how you disabled it. Let me know your thoughts. The fuse is #34 and it also powers the fuel injectors, and that fuse is powered by the PCM relay. The fuel pump relay can not be accessed, for it is internal of the junction block. I had to wire a new relay in the one I was working on, because there was only 6.2 volts going to the fuel pump and the replacement junction block was very expensive.
ANSWER by , February 01, 2014
If the keys cannot even be hidden suuccessfully, then no other attempt should be made by the 'owner' to make the vehicle imobile!!!
COMMENT by , February 01, 2014
What a party crasher, Lol
COMMENT by , February 01, 2014
All them them kids need is a good old fashion a.. whooping!!! I mean a GOOD one. It worked on me!
COMMENT by , February 02, 2014
Me too, god that hurt...