No. That is where the fuel pump picks up its power. Peel the covering over the wire bundle back and you will portably find the orange/lt blue wire.Hey jrichker I have a question... I noticed in your fuse link diagram you have 4 wires with fuse links going into the yellow 10 gauge that hooks up to solenoid. I have a 92 GT and there is only 3 fuse links on mine, it is missing the fuel pump (orange/lt blue) wire with fuse link. My question is, is the fuse link located else where?
Computer will not go into diagnostic mode on 91-95 model 5.0 Mustangs@jrichker I tried the jump test connector you had on another thread and the fuel pump kicked on. Does this mean that the fuse link is still in good shape? The pump still doesn't prime on its own.... Also, another weird thing is I hook up a ODBII to pull codes and the computer won't send codes. Does this mean the pcm is faulty?
I would assume if you can't pull codes its a pcm problem. I've had it both ways where the fuel pump would constantly prime without stopping or no prime unless you jumped it. Both times it the trace in the pcm
Just so you know. AutoZone has replacement EEC's for $100 with core exchange. Almost doesn't pay to replace the caps yourself, since you get a fully reconditioned & tested ECU.
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