I went to a gas station and pumped $10.00 worth of gas into the Lincoln. I went back home which is a mile. When I went out to start the car the next day the engine turned over good, but acted like it was out of gas.I think a relay must have gone out, but I am not sure where the relay is except the red button switch located on the left inside of the truck. The red button was ok. Email- eagleowl firstname.lastname@example.org
Where rae the fuel pump relays located on the 1995 Lincoln Mark V111 on 1995 Lincoln Mark VIII
by Jerry Poteet in Rossville, GA on May 25, 2011
ANSWER by DaveJM on May 25, 2011
Did the engine crank over like a lack of compression? Or did it crank over normal, just no start? There are three possible relays / fuses under the hood in the power distribution box. One is at the bottom right - the fuel pump relay. A second one that contributes is a fuse - top middle (says 'ignition coil'). A third is 5th spot down on left - EEC/VCRM fuse. I would run a fuel pressure test and recheck.