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Old 08-26-2006, 18:18   #1 (permalink)
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no fuel to the engine 93 crown vic.

Hello parked the car about a year ago and went to start, and no fuel or sound of fuel pump ,which is understand is in the tank

can get to run if i squirt gas down the throat , checke d the fuse .o.k.

so now what do i check?

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Re: no fuel to the engine 93 crown vic.

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Hello parked the car about a year ago and went to start, and no fuel or sound of fuel pump ,which is understand is in the tank

can get to run if i squirt gas down the throat , checke d the fuse .o.k.

so now what do i check?

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voltage at pump ?
then drop the line and see if it will pump the crap out the tank .
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Old 08-29-2006, 08:42   #3 (permalink)
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Re: no fuel to the engine 93 crown vic.

I would check the fuel cut off switch that is located in the trunk and make sure it is not triped.
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Re: no fuel to the engine 93 crown vic.

like the guy above states
the fuel cut off switch.in the trunk is usualy behind carpet trim it is just a box with a little button push the button and the fuel should come back on. should be on the left side near the hindge support.
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Old 09-09-2006, 19:13   #5 (permalink)
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Re: no fuel to the engine 93 crown vic.

I would check the fuel pump relay and the power wire to the relay first. cut off switch rarely goes bad.
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Re: no fuel to the engine 93 crown vic.

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I would check the fuel pump relay and the power wire to the relay first. cut off switch rarely goes bad.
I had a strike of thunder that was so violent it flipped my cut off switch. Scared the bejeezus out of me. I thought I had shorted my whole system from being so close, but it was just the sudden vibration that flipped the switch.

But I agree- check all of those things, starting with the easiest. If you don't have a voltmeter and test light, get 'em. I bought new ones and spent $25 total, including tax.
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