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Old 08-18-2006, 19:51   #1 (permalink)
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97 Mustang GT Fuel problems

So I return home after a trip and find my car not working, the fuel pump dosen't prime before the starter kicks in so I've narrowed it down to the fuel pump and the fuel relay, Where can I find the fuel relay on my car and what kind of fuel pump should I buy if it comes to that?
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Re: 97 Mustang GT Fuel problems

in the trunk of the car on the drivers side right in front of the headlight there is a fuel shut off switch, check it to make sure it is pressed down, they are made to pop up in an accident, someone could have bumped it. or does the car still start, if you leave the key on for a few secs before cranking? if so, you could have a hole in the fuel line in the tank, try the first out before you pull the tank. hope this helps
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