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Default 1998 Mustang V6 - Fuel Pump Relay Location

1998 Mustang V6. I Am Hoping That Someone Could Tell ME The Location Of the Fuel Pump Relay
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well in the older cars it was under the driver seat but your I am not sure, I think u have a fuel module which is in the drivers side rear close to the wheel well in the trunk.
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Check in your trunk , same place coolwaterblvd said , its should be right behind your left tail light !
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yeah thats exactly where it is...
 
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If you are looking to release the pressure so you can work on the system without spraying fuel all over, smack the side of it with a mallet or small hammer. That will kick it. Then crank the car a time or two, and that will release pressure held in the system.
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or just pull the fuel pump relay fuse out of the fuse box under the hood insterad of hitting stuff with a hammer.
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I recently had to replace the fuel pump (motor only) and the fuel pump relay in a V6 Mustang. I just want to update this forum so that people can find the relay in the future.

First thing to note is that the relay is housed in a Constant Control Relay Module (CCRM). This module contains the relay for the Fuel Pump, Cooling Fan, and Air Conditioning Clutch.

In our 1998 Mustang V6, the location of the CCRM is behind the passenger side wheel well plastic cover. Looking at the wheel dead on - it's found at around the 1 o'clock position. To confirm it's location without removing any plastic wheel well cover - pop the hood, and look for a wire harness routing from the engine compartment INTO the passenger side front fender (near the air cleaner). Flash a light in there, and you'll see a connector attached to the module.

I'll save you some headaches in finding the right size tool to remove the connector as well - I used a 5mm nut wrench to remove the connector from the module. Do this first so that you can access one of the two bolts that holds the module bracket to the fender.
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