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Fuel pump relay

Hi everyone, I have been searching for my fuel pump relay on my 2001 7.3 and can't find it. I have pulled the radio and checked my owners manual with no luck. The fuel pump has quit working and I just want to check that relay before buying a new pump. Any ideas where that relay is? Any help would be great! Thanks.

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I pulled the codes earlier and got p0232. The truck started running rough and quit a short time after. Opened the fuel bowl and no fuel is coming in when turn truck on to confirm pump is not working. Help me please

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There is a fuel pump "inertia" switch inside the passenger kick panel. Check it.
Have you checked voltage at the pump?



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#19 in batt junc box - 20A - Fuel Pump Motor, PCM
That was all i found.



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Ya I checked the reset switch, it wasn't tripped. I haven't checked that yet, I will tomorrow after work to see. Thanks! Any ideas where that relay is? It doesnt say in the owners manual and all I am finding searching is is may be behind the radio, which I checked with much difficulty.

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Ok thanks! I will go out and check that right now.

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I checked that fuse and it was good. I keep reading about the relay yet nowhere does anything tell me where it is...

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That's just a fuse. Idk if there's a relay or what.



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code PO232 fuel pump relay. wheres it at?
I have a 2000 F350 7.3 Powerstroke and it just quit running - JustAnswer



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On an '01, depending on the revision, it can be in one of two places....

If you have a Trans Temp Gauge in the cluster you have the revised electrical change that happened mid-year in '01.

The revised electrics have that relay built into the fusebox and is considered "non serviceable". If you don't have the revision, then that relay is where it's described for the 2000 in jesilvas's link above (center of the dash by the radio).
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