Re: Bronco II Fuel Pump Replace
You're correct. Your BII should have a low pressure pump in the tank and a high pressure pump on the drivers side frame rail. As you said, the click you hear is most likely the relay, which tells me the fusible link before the relay is ok.
Before you decide to drop the tank, check the inertia switch to be sure it's not tripped. The inertia switch shuts the fuel pumps off in an accident and they do go bad from time to time. Also, use the DLC connector on the passenger side to hotwire the pumps to check if it an electrical problem or one of the pumps.
You need to jumper the fuel pump test pin in the DLC to ground to "hotwire" the pump. If you hear the pumps run, the problem is electrical. If either of them don't run, you know which pump to replace.
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