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anyone have a image of the location where the Fuel pump Driver Module is at on a 2003 ford taurus station wagon. Wanted to replace it .thanks
 

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anyone have a image of the location where the Fuel pump Driver Module is at on a 2003 ford taurus station wagon. Wanted to replace it .thanks
The module is behind the door in the rear pas side of the vehicle. U either have a store box or a 6 disc changer in that. it is behind that.
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The module is behind the door in the rear pas side of the vehicle. U either have a store box or a 6 disc changer in that. it is behind that.
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behind the rear passenger door in the wall were the fuel shut off switch is in the little storage box that opens in the wall jn cargo area near the back lift gate ? my 6 cd changer is in the front middle console ,if its were the shut off is thats were i will remove the plastic liner wall there tomorrow where switch is and finally find the thing . Thanks RB
 

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behind the rear passenger door in the wall were the fuel shut off switch is in the little storage box that opens in the wall jn cargo area near the back lift gate ? my 6 cd changer is in the front middle console ,if its were the shut off is thats were i will remove the plastic liner wall there tomorrow where switch is and finally find the thing . Thanks RB
The CD changer can be in either location, but my '03 Sable wagon has it in the rear. I prefer that but used rescue car, I have no choice. I prefer the usefulness of the console box. Sedans have no choice as I remember. However, with 3 Bulls that have modules, no issues. If the fuel pump draws too much current, it will just shut down. I had that. I hot wired the pump and drove it to a shop to have the pump replaced. With the pump hot wired, it makes about 80# but the car will run. I have a spare module from the JY and hope to never need it.
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Hey bell1423,

Why do you want to replace the fuel pump driver module? A couple of months ago I had a trouble code related to it and replaced it but was not needed. My trouble code turned out to be from a poor ground to the PCM. After replacement did not repair the trouble code was guided by chart and others to clean all grounds. That took care of the problem. The fuel pump driver module is in a dry, protected space. Are you getting a trouble code?

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Hey bell1423,

Why do you want to replace the fuel pump driver module? A couple of months ago I had a trouble code related to it and replaced it but was not needed. My trouble code turned out to be from a poor ground to the PCM. After replacement did not repair the trouble code was guided by chart and others to clean all grounds. That took care of the problem. The fuel pump driver module is in a dry, protected space. Are you getting a trouble code?

Scott
Suggestion from old coot who has been there. Maint includes going over all grounds and battery cables. I am a frequent visitor to the local Pick A Part. I find cars and I wonder why? Rust makes sense. But I see new parts on junked cars. I found new coil pack, new plug wires, new belt. Common to ~90% are bad cables. Pic is common. Grounds, cables, wire to the fender from bat cable, firewall cable for PCM and sensors as well as negative power from the Alt to the power usage. Ford does a poor job with grounds. A 'do it yourself' person can do this maint.

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