Found out it will click click click when turning key. Spoke to another friend of mine after sending you email, and they told me that fords/lincolns have a sensor that, in the event of an impact, kills the fuel from getting past the tank. This makes sense since the bump was hit pretty hard and the car bottomed out. . He also told me that (similar to an old gas stove) there would be a reset button most likely in the trunk somewhere or inside the passenger usually up under the dash. 'This button has to be pushed to reset the fuel pump to pump fuel to the engine again. Until then, the fuel pump will still click but no fuel passes to the engine. Makes sense considering how the car acted as soon as it hit.
Can you tell me where, exactly, to look for this button on a 92 towncar?
Thank you. And thank you for getting back to me so quickly.
Tuesday, September 23rd, 2014 AT 1:20 AM