No, Ford is only manufacturer that has a fuel pump reset switch.
If fuel pump is not energizing, check the fuel pump relay, located in the underhood junction block on the left side of engine compartment:
You can try swapping it out with another relay. If fuel pump starts working, you will need a new relay. If not, then you will need to do some tests to find out where power going to fuel pump is lost, or if fuel pump is faulty
which fuse did he blow?
I dont believe its the fuel pump based on what you have told me so far. Mis-wiring would have blown the relay or fuse before shorting out the pump.
Does the Theft System indicator light come on at all when key is placed in the ignition?
ok, check the following fuses with either a test light or voltmeter- although a fuse may look ok visually, it may still be bad.
In underhood junction block:
fuse box under instrument panel:
If these fuses are ok, then problem is going to lie in the anti-theft system if the indicator light is no longer coming on when key is put into ignition.
Unfortunately, a factory level scan tool is REQUIRED to test the various components of the anti-theft system- passlock, body function controller, instrument cluster, and wiring
OK then. That is pretty much what we told him. Thank you for the time and help.