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2016 ford escape 1.6 quit running,

Discussion in 'Engine, Transmission/Axle & Driveline/Axle' started by Allen Boyle, Apr 26, 2018.

  1. Allen Boyle

    Allen Boyle New Member

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    Started the car and backed out of the drive. Put it in drive and went about 75 feet. The car quit. It won't start. This happened several times before, but it always restarted. My son scanned it and it says no connection with the fuel pump module. Where is the module located?
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    Dominick 1 Well-Known Member Respected Member

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    Welcome to the Forum
    Some people call the module as the fuel pump#9 in the illistration
    #13 is what they call a controller
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    Dominick 1 Well-Known Member Respected Member

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    They show an engine mounted fuel pump and 1 pressure sensor at fuel line and 1 pressure sensor at fuel rail.
    They are not shown in the illustration
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    Ford diagram.gif Welcome to the FFO!

    Other questions -
    How many miles on the vehicle?
    So the engine cranks with the key and will not start, correct?

    If you mean the fuel pump driver module, that is located under the vehicle near the tank. The wiring diagram above may not be correct for your vehicle. Wire color codes may be incorrect and the same for connectors. However it does show the relationship of the pump to other controlling parts.

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