where is the fuel pump relay switch for the 1990 Lincoln Mark vii?

Asked by Jan 18, 2016 at 10:57 PM about the 1990 Lincoln Mark VII

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

No fuel pressure at the fuel rail.

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In the trunk usually on the passenger side support member, look for a quarter sized hole in the support, the little button should be right there.

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The fuel pump inertia switch for all of our Lincoln Mark VIIs is located in the trunk, driver's side, behind the vertical support brace. The fuel pump relay for our 1990 Lincoln Mark VIIs is located in the trunk under the package tray. After these two items are checked, if there is still no pressure at the fuel rail, trop the fuel tank and replace the fuel pump.

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No I need to know where the fuel pump fuse located at, not the fuel pump switch.

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Inside the power distribution box in the engine compartment, it will be labeled on the lid.

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my truck will not pull down on my 1991 Lincoln mark 7 could it be the switch or the motor

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GuruL7MCQ. The answer is yes, it could be either. The switches are located on the closer AND on the latch. Test for continuity on both AND test for voltage to see if they are the culprit. The motor will need to be removed to be tested.

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