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Old 08-04-2015, 12:08 PM   #1
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HELP!! fuel pump fuse location

1990 GS 200o, Ford 460 EFI, running great started as soon as I touched the key, went out last night and no start, sprayed starter fluid into air intake and it started for a moment, I replaced the fuel pump relay, didn't fix it, I can not find a fuel pump fuse no indication that the pump was going bad so I suspect a bad wire or fuse or cpu. And Bill if you read this you were right before about this being EFI.Currently parked in a restricted parking area and I could get a $60, ticket if I can't get it started so ...Help !
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Look for a reset button by the steering wheel. Fords roll over protection and if you hit a good bump it will pop. But the good part you just reset it.


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Look for a reset button by the steering wheel. Fords roll over protection and if you hit a good bump it will pop. But the good part you just reset it.


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I'll check, I was rechecking some wiring, I reset the battery disconnect and turned the ignition, heard the fuel pump, it started & ran for a minute or two seemed a bit rich, then stalled no more pump noise. maybe a loose or bad wire! Battery dead now have to go buy a charger, remove bat and take it to my studio to charge.
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