Shop Ford Ranger Replacement Fuel Pump Relay
The Ford Ranger was a very popular pickup truck. If it's still your mode of transportation, you want to make every ounce of fuel in your tank count. The only way that the fuel is getting from your tank to the engine is with the fuel pump. Your fuel pump needs power, however. When you turn the ignition of your truck, the fuel pump relay provides power to the pump. If you turn the ignition and fuel isn't making it from your tank to the engine, it's because of a problem with your fuel pump relay.
At Parts Geek, we have the relay you need, even though the truck is no longer being made. The Ranger Ford fuel pump relay that you need is affordable so you don't have to pay the prices of your local mechanic, though you may still need the mechanic for labor.
We stock these Fuel Pump Relay brands for the Ford Ranger: ReplacementTRQAutobestMotorcraftAC DelcoGMBSKP
Fuel Pump Relays available for the following Ford Ranger years: 2011, 2010, 2009, 2008, 2007, 2006, 2005, 2004, 2003, 2002, 2001, 2000, 1999, 1998, 1997, 1996, 1995, 1994, 1993, 11, 10, 09, 08, 07, 06, 05, 04, 03, 02, 01, 00, 99, 98, 97, 96, 95, 94, 93. This part is also sometimes called Ford Ranger Electric Fuel Pump Relay. We stock fuel pump relay parts for most Ford models including F150, Explorer, Expedition, F250, F350, Crown Victoria, F53, Mustang, Taurus, E350 Super Duty, F250 Super Duty, F-250 HD, Explorer Sport Trac, Contour, E250, Escape, F350 Super Duty, F Super Duty, F150 Heritage, E450 Econoline Super Duty, E150 Econoline, E450 Super Duty, Excursion, E250 Econoline, Bronco, Fusion, Focus, Thunderbird, E150, Probe, E350 Econoline Club Wagon, Escort, Explorer Sport, Flex, Windstar, E350 Econoline, E150 Econoline Club Wagon, F550 Super Duty, Edge and E250 Econoline Club Wagon.
Research on Fuel Pump Relay for Ford Ranger
For those of you that aren't already familiar with what a fuel pump relay is - fuel pump relays are essentially a tiny yet indispensable part of a car's fuel system. It is controlled by the engine control module where its primary function is to transfer power to the electric fuel pump. It also controls the magnitude of current which is received by the electric fuel pump. Fuel pump relays are engaged on startup and shutdown of the engine.
What could go wrong with your Ford Ranger Fuel Pump Relay?
Given that the fuel pump relay controls the power supply to the electric fuel pump, it is evident that it deals with copious amounts of heat that will eventually cause it to simply burn out. It is not rare for Ford Ranger owners to diagnose symptoms such as engine stalls, and a seemingly dead fuel pump (no noise when the key is turned to the on position in the ignition) as a faulty Ford Ranger fuel pump fuse. It is true that these symptoms may manifest due to other Ford Ranger fuel pump problems. However, more often than not, a burned out fuel pump relay is to blame.
How much will it cost to replace Ford fuel pump relay?
The exact dollar amount will vary depending on the model and make of your Ford Ranger, but if we had to throw a ballpark figure out there, it would be in the range of $450 and $675. The price does not include any labor charges, which will be in the range of $200 to $250 depending where you are getting it fixed. Thankfully, the fuel pump relay in the Ford Ranger is not difficult to locate and replace. It is housed in the power distribution box right under the hood. You can replace it on your own by ordering the part online and watching some instruction videos.
How to test the fuel pump relay?
It makes sense to test and ascertain whether or not the problem is actually with the fuel pump relay before you go about replacing it. Testing the Ford Ranger fuel pump relay is really not all that difficult. What you will require is a Multimeter, a Wire Piercing Probe and some Jumper Wires. Once you have these handy, you need to then know the color coding and functions of the four wires that connect to it. For instance, in the 1999 Ford Ranger fuel pump relay the tan wire is the Fuel Pump Relay Control, the red wire is the Power, the brown is the Fuel Pump output and the yellow is the ignition fused power.
Once you familiarize yourself with the color coding it really is a matter of checking whether your multimeter shows battery power or not. Rest assured that there is no lack of hands on YouTube videos to walk you through the process every step of the way.
If you happen to find yourself in a burned out Ford Ranger fuel pump predicament, you can order a replacement right here on PartsGeek.com for an unbeatable price!