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Hello, what type of problem do you have and what kind of ford, year, model, engine, write as much as you want
Ok, sounds like you have a couple different issues going on here or possibly all related. The fuel pump running issue could be related to a sticking fuel pump relay or issue with the PCM.Since its OBDI Ill post how to do the first thing which is to pull codes by counting the check engine light flashes when jumping the self test connector under the hood. Could be a weak fuel pump as far as the lack of power and trans shifting. Older truck can be lots of things. Check the codes first:
KEY ON ENGINE OFF WIGGLE TEST
Data Link Connector (DLC)
Analog Voltmeter Connection
Key On Engine OFF (KOEO) Diagnostic Trouble Code Format
KEY ON ENGINE RUNNING WIGGLE TEST
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The self test connnector is under the hood, should be on the drivers side(data link connecotr) If it is still in the plastic shell it will say self test on it a black cover that looks like the two connectors in the attachment. You dont need an analog meter, just jump a wire across the terminals shown and follow the instructions to watch the number or times the check engine light flashes. This truck's codes will be a 3 digit series, for instance a 312 code wil flash three times, one time and 2 times, then go to the next code until all codes are displayed and repeat the first code number. Once you know what codes are stored, I can assist further in the diagnosis.
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That is probably the 4x4 module you are looking at if it has a red light on it. The PCM is located down by the drivers side under the dash. Yes if the PCM wont enter a self test mode, it sounds like an issue with the PCM
Yes it can. It is located on the drivers side firewall, way below the brake master and booster, buried. Its easier to remove the left front fender skirt to unbolt the large connector. If you look inside the dirvers side kick panel you will see the back of it.
It has a 104 pin connecor to the pcm which is black with a 10 mm bolt holding it in the center. the pcm is silver and sitsthrough the firewall. The main part of it is inside the vehicle.Dont know actual dimensions off hand.
Yes its buried. Why its easier to pull back the fender well splash shield to see it. Its way down by your feet near the parking brake inside. Cant miss it
This is all you will see under the hood
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Ok if the speedometer/odometer isnt working, it can cause a delayed upshift. Check the fuses to see if any are blown, this can cause the odometer to be inop