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Angry 2005 Mustang GT Fuel Pump Has No Ground Help!

Last week my 2005 GT wouldn't start with no warning. It has about 50,000 miles. I changed the fuel pump, and still nothing. It ran for about 2 minutes before shutting off again. I hooked up a jumper cable, and the pump has no ground. Anyone have this issue? Where is the ground connection located?

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The pump is connected through the fuel pump driver module. under the carpet on the passenger rear side near the back seat, I suspect the fuel pump drive has gone bad. Its worth checking into, did you pull any codes they could help diagnose the problem.


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Last week my 2005 GT wouldn't start with no warning. It has about 50,000 miles. I changed the fuel pump, and still nothing. It ran for about 2 minutes before shutting off again. I hooked up a jumper cable, and the pump has no ground. Anyone have this issue? Where is the ground connection located?
Wait...what? So you tried to jump the battery and from that you determined the pump is not properly grounded? Is there more to this story or am I just missing something?
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