Mastering the Ford Fuel Pump Driver Module Bypass: A Comprehensive Guide

If you’ve encountered a problem with the fuel pump driver module on a 2008 Ford F-150, you might find it helpful to learn how to bypass and test it. This video will guide you through the process of bypassing the module to conduct a test.

The fuel pump driver module on the 2008 Ford F-150 is located up behind the rear of the truck, up underneath, on the frame. To begin the bypass and test, ensure that you’re receiving 12 volts of power. If not, check the inertia switch located inside the passenger side of the truck and inspect the fuse box to resolve any power supply issues.

Here’s the wiring diagram for the bypass. The outer pins two and three are jumpered together, as well as pins four and five. Pin five receives 12 volts, and if not, inspect the inertia switch for fuses and relays. Pin four delivers 12 volts to the fuel pump, while pins two and three are ground wires.

To bypass the control module, jumper the two outer wires and the two ground wires together. This should allow the vehicle to start up when the key is turned, provided you have confirmed the presence of 12 volts.

It’s important to note that if you have a different make, model, or year of vehicle, it’s essential to research the specific pin outs for the fuel pump driver module. While they may be similar, it’s crucial to double-check before proceeding with the bypass.

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