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Old 02-06-2019, 10:56 AM
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I have a 2013 F-150 XLT 4x4 with the 3.5l EcoBoost. I have no power to my fuel pump. I have power at the fuse box, but none at the pump. Iíve replaced the fuel pump driver and Iíve done the fuse relocation kit to move the #27 fuse to the #70 position with the larger fuse, but Iím still not getting power to my fuel pump. I have no idea where I am losing power. Any ideas? Thanks in advance for any help guys.
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have you looked at the wires running back to the pump?
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Thatís my next thing to try. Iíve been trying to find a wiring diagram online, but Iím having a hard time finding one unless I buy the whole book for $130.
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the fuel pump harness connector could be corroded or bad too
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Thatís what Iím thinking because I donít think that Iíve done anything to break a wire or a connector. Do you have any idea what one cost and how much trouble it is to take the old one out and put the new one in?
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they are fairly cheap. the duralast ones can push $60 they are the highest priced ones i know of. it's not hard to install them you can probably do it yourself and not have to pay someone. labor would be $200 at most
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Ok. Thanks DarrinT04. I appreciate your help. Are you a mechanic or just good with Ford trucks? You really seem to know your stuff.
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i grew up around my uncle who owned a shop in orangeburg. he retired from that in 2015. i went there a few days a week after school and helped him repair vehicles that were brought in. now i just work on my own truck and for family and friends.
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