Next time someone asks about the 02, then chime in. If you don't have one, Ford should have a copy you can download. Yes, probably the fuel pump. Can somebody please advise as to where the relay is? Check the fuel system for leaks. The truck turns over strong but will not start.
I couldn't afford the 700. This pump was not reliable, so Chrysler's repair kit moved the pump into the fuel tank. Before you change the fuel filter you have to release the fuel pressure first. I have never looked for it on my X, but I have worked on other engines where one can find a Shraeder sp? I dropped the fuel tank and tested for power. You could block the return line, where applicable, momentarily, to see if pressure will go high. In some cases, the unit is located in the area where the steering column is mounted or near the engine's firewall. Should say in the owners manual.
Relax guy, I don't know what years where different. The shut-off switch is a device. After being parked for about a week, I got in to start it and all it did was turn the engine over. The original location is on the driver s … ide of the block, just above the starter. This gas tank looks like a major job, especially doing it in the street in front of the house. It's just a button on the little box you push on to reset.
. I use to have to do that every once in a while. If not, it should be the pump. Next time someone asks about the 02, then chime in. I plugged the new pump in while in the box and it fired up. I found the relay under the dash replaced it. From memory, I believe your voltage swing is correct.
The injection pump is on the driver side rear of the timing cover housing. Don't take connections loose from inline fuel filter unless your sure, no pressure on the system. This truck has a fuel pump module that has a relay which is not serviced separately and you have an inertia switch that can give you trouble as well. Here is a a guide to help you a test on the relay once you find it from the diagrams below. The rail pressure was only reading 18psi. I don't know when they changed relay locations. If you find you have correct voltage supply and ground, and assuming the fuel guage is correct and there is fuel,it is very likely you will be replacing the fuel pump , strainer and filter.
My truck is an 02, but with a Sept. I have seen them trip for no good reason at times. Thanks to all for the feedback. The rail pressure was only reading 18psi. I have pressed the fuel shutoff impact reset button several times.
We almost always garage it but after 14 years and 160k miles it was the only serious problem we have had with it. Couple of screws and several connectors which are dumb proof to plug back in correctly. Well there was a running problem. Perhaps the install was not completed correctly. The fuel pump shut-off switch is. You may also want to go to AutoZone. Things to check, fuel pump relay, wiring, voltage to the pump.
There was power to the pump. Check out the diagrams Below Please let us know what you find. I've rebuilt a couple regulators very simple devices. If the pressure does not reach the specified value, the pressure relief valve might have a small piece of crud keeping it from seating closing properly. I can not find any documenation as to where the fuel pump relay is.
I'm running out of ideas. They couldn't get it to fail again and no code messages. I suspect the relay but can't find it in the owners manual and Ford was completely useless. Don't know if that's right but just an idea. The pressure relief valve should be located downstream from there. You have to take the model year, among other things, into consideration.