Can anyone help me find the fuel pump relay in a 1997 Ford Taurus. According to the Chilton's electrical diagrahm of the car there is one on it, but they fail to mention anything reguarding it's location. Is the fuel pump relay perhaps inside of the control module?
I have checked the inertia switch, verified gas is not going to the engine by removing the line before the gas filter, replaced the pump to my dismay, and made sure the fuse not broke. I have also checked the fuse box underneath the steering wheel, underneath the hold, and also checked underneath the driver's seat with no luck.
Starting to really dislike Ford at this point ; / : x
Check under drivers seat. Ford has put relays for fuel pumps under the Drivers seat. Good luck.
November, 2, 2008 AT 7:16 PM
THE FUEL PUMP RELAY IS INCORPORATED IN THE RELAY MODULE LOCATED NEXT TO THE BATTERY. I WOULD RECOMMEND SPENDING THE EXTRA MONEY AND PURCHASING IT FROM THE DEALER INSTEAD OF THE LOCAL AUTO PARTS STORE AS I LEARNED THE HARD WAY
November, 21, 2010 AT 6:13 PM
It is in the constant relay module. You can check voltage and ground circuits at the relay.