A big issue that many SN95 and New Edge Mustang owners have is finding their fuel pump relay location. So, we at LMR have provided a quick location guide.
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Before we discuss where to find the fuel pump relay, let's talk about how to diagnose the fuel pump relay on your Mustang. If the relay slowly malfunctions, the vehicle may gradually exhibit performance issues.
Here are some issues that your Mustang may be experiencing:
Now that we've covered the symptoms and issues, let's find the CCRM (or Constant Control Relay Module) location, which houses the fuel pump relay on your SN95 or New Edge Mustang.
The photos shown below are for 1996-2004 Mustangs. However, the design and wiring of the CCRM are the same.
Be sure to check the fuel pump relay fuse before working on the CCRM. There is a chance that the fuse needs to be replaced. Check out the full list of every 1994-2004 fuse panel diagram here. We highly recommend replacing the entire CCRM versus opening it up and replacing the fuel pump fuse. Once you determine the location of your CCRM based on the year model above, follow these instructions to replace your CCRM.
It is always good to double-check the part number when installing a replacement CCRM. V6 and V8 CCRMs are different, and 1994-2000 differ from 2001-2004.
We hope this article has helped you diagnose the fuel pump relay issue on your 1994-2004 SN95 and New Edge Mustang. As always, be sure to email or give us a call if you have any questions. Our customer care team is here to help! As always, for all things SN95 and New Edge Mustang, keep it right here with the real Mustang enthusiasts, LMR.com.
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