Join Date: Jun 2010
Location: San Diego
Bronco Info: 95 - 351W - E4OD
Yes, the truck was running perfectly before this. I drove over a sand dune a little too fast and basically stuffed the front end of my truck from about 8 feet in the air. It would have been a disaster if my truck was not built like it is.
I just swapped around the relays, didn't replace any. Since my first post I have grounded the fuel pump pin on the self diagnostic port, and the fuel pump turned on, so as far as I can tell the relays and inertia switch are no longer part of the equation.
When I hot wired the fuel pump it ran as well, I'm not sure how to tell if it built up normal pressure, (I dont have a gauge) but I did confirm on the fuel rail above the intake manifold that I am getting fuel to the motor when the pump is running.
The lights do come on when I turn the key, and I do not have a check engine light on. I do not have a reader to scan for codes.