After toiling with the car the two whole days, I have found out my problem.
There apparently was no power flowing to the fuel pump, however, with my father's assistance, we determined that the fuel pump was functioning by by-passing the CCRM. We have also determined that the fuel-pump relay inside the CCRM was functioning well. We have narrowed down the entire problem to a tiny little piece that caused the random stalls and the fuel-pump problems; the FUSABLE LINK. (Cable connection with a fuse connected inside the wiring)
Also, I had discovered the source of the rough idling. It seems that the first cylinder's spark plug was not connected properly. After reconnecting that cylinder, my engine sounded alot more different and powerful than it used to sound and operate. The idling significantly improved a GREAT deal.
I hope this will help any other owners of Ford Tempos. Many mechanics could not find out the problem that was plauging my car and, with my father (An accomplished Electrical Engineer), we have narrowed the cause of this problem to a tiny component.
Thanks for all the help you all!
Sunday, August 12th, 2007 AT 8:44 PM