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Old 05-23-2010, 02:40 AM
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Default Fuel pump no power & cant locate fuel pump relay 94 f250

I have a 94 F250 that just died when I hit a small speed bump. I found the inertia switch & its not poped so I check if I had any power to the inertia switch with light,, No power !! So I figure the relay is bad . I was told its in the Fuse box on left side of compart under hood . I change them all & still no power. Ive been told the relay is next to the master cylinder on the fire wall .. I cant seem to locate it . But if all the relays do work & still no power to inertia switch what could it be?? Please help It has the 4.9l 6 cyl Thank you all for your help

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