Shop Ford Crown Victoria Replacement Fuel Pump Relay
Whether you're driving an old cop car or simply a stylish Ford Crown Vic, you need to make sure the fuel that you're spending a fortune on is actually going somewhere. Older model cars used gravity to get the fuel from the tank to the engine. In modern cars, there is a fuel pump that does the work. If you've got a full tank of gas and your car isn't going anywhere, it's either the fault of the fuel pump or the fuel pump relay. The fuel pump does the pumping while the fuel pump relay provides the power when you turn the key in the ignition. Even though Ford is no longer manufacturing the Crown Victoria, you can still find all the parts you need at Parts Geek. We have the Crown Victoria fuel pump relay by Ford and many other OEM parts.
We stock these Fuel Pump Relay brands for the Ford Crown Victoria: AutobestAirtexSpectra PremiumAPIMotorcraftDriveworksTRQ
Fuel Pump Relays available for the following Ford Crown Victoria years: 2010, 2009, 2008, 2007, 2006, 2005, 2004, 2003, 2002, 2001, 2000, 1999, 1998, 1997, 1996, 1995, 10, 09, 08, 07, 06, 05, 04, 03, 02, 01, 00, 99, 98, 97, 96, 95. This part is also sometimes called Ford Crown Victoria Electric Fuel Pump Relay. We stock fuel pump relay parts for most Ford models including F150, Explorer, Expedition, F250, Ranger, F350, F53, Mustang, Taurus, Explorer Sport Trac, F250 Super Duty, E350 Super Duty, F-250 HD, Escape, E250, E150 Econoline, F350 Super Duty, F Super Duty, E450 Econoline Super Duty, F150 Heritage, E450 Super Duty, Contour, Focus, E250 Econoline, Fusion, Excursion, E350 Econoline Club Wagon, E350 Econoline, E150, Thunderbird, Explorer Sport, Escort, Windstar, Flex, E150 Econoline Club Wagon, F550 Super Duty, Fiesta, Edge, Transit Connect and E250 Econoline Club Wagon.
Research on Fuel Pump Relay for Ford Crown Victoria
A faulty fuel pump relay can shut down your vehicle's entire fuel system. No fuel means no engine power, and you will be going nowhere. Allowing power to get to the fuel pump, the relay serves an important purpose despite being small and inconspicuous. It is easy to replace and affordable. Just because your Ford Crown Victoria isn't running, that doesn't mean it is the end of the road. A new fuel pump relay may be all you need to get revved up again.
Fuel Pump Relay Problem Symptoms
Although the Crown Victoria fuel pump relay location is under the hood, the part has full control over turning on and off of the pump. The relay is responsible for turning the power flow on when the car is started, and shutting it off when you park. If not working properly, the relay can cause the engine to stall. You may be able to restart it later. A failed relay will not allow the engine to start at all, although you may hear the motor crank after turning the ignition key. The engine will not run if there is no fuel supply. Whether the problem is with the pump, relay, or Crown Vic fuel pump shut off switch, you can check if the fuel pump is running by listening for its typical low hum or whine. If the relay fails, the fuel pump will be silent even when you turn on the ignition.
What Is the Fuel Pump Relay?
The Crown Vic fuel pump relay, or relay switch, is in the fuse box within the engine bay. It is connected to the engine computer or the ignition system. This relay allows current to be delivered to the fuel pump, and looks like a small cube with an electrical plug.
Is There More than One Fuse for the Fuel Pump?
There's also a Crown Victoria fuel pump fuse, since the device normally draws around 6-10 amps of power. The fuse protects the circuit, relay, and the pump against power surges. On the other hand, the relay regulates the current that gets through the switch.
Cost of Replacing a Fuel Pump Relay
A fuel pump relay usually just has to be plugged in, so you don't need a mechanic. That leaves you with paying for the part, which is often around $10 to $15. The 2003 Crown Victoria fuel pump relay location is identified in your vehicle owner's manual. It's one of the least expensive repairs you can make on a car, but you can still save by going to PartsGeek.com. We offer minimal prices on the most important automotive parts because we extend the savings of having a low overhead to vehicle owners who don't want to pay the high prices. Our website provides various means to search for what you need. Secure online purchasing reduces the risks and time of obtaining parts and accessories quickly. Your vehicle can be repaired in no time and you can still have cash left over.