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Experience:  12 Years Auto Repair Experience. Owner/Operator of Highway Auto Repair, a mobile automotive repair business
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2001 Ford Mustang: v6..fuel pressure..the relay for the fuel pump

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I have a 2001 Ford Mustang w/3.8L v6. No fuel pressure & I don't hear the fuel pump when I turn on the key. Trying to find the relay for the fuel pump. I would love help finding it. The parts store gave me the part but no knowledge of its location. Help please.
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HighwayRepair :

Your vehicle does not have a "standard" fuel pump relay. your fuel pump is controlled by a module called a CCRM, which has multiple control relays inside of it. Posting workshop data and pictures right now.

HighwayRepair :

Mustang CCRM
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Mustang CCRM - X ray view
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HighwayRepair :

Is your vehicle a convertible or a coupe? So i can post the location of the CCRM

Customer :

It's a coupe

HighwayRepair :

CCRM location - Coupe

HighwayRepair :

It is called a "fuel pump driver module" in the component location chart

HighwayRepair :

CCRM Wiring pin-out

HighwayRepair :

Did you have any other questions or need any further information?

Customer :

Is it possible for that part to fail & the actual pump still be ok?

HighwayRepair :

yes. you would have to perform an electrical test at the CCRM to see if it is putting out voltage, or you could gain access to the fuel pump itself and see if you are getting voltage there

Customer :

Thanks for everything. Hope I can find the part if it is actually the problem.

HighwayRepair and 7 other Ford Specialists are ready to help you
You're welcome. Good luck. Let me know if you need any further help diagnosing the vehicle, or installation assistance with the faulty part.