What is the 2003 Ford F250 fuel pump relay location?

My 2003 Ford F250 seems to be having some issues. A few times over the last two months, the engine has stalled, and I think it may be the fuel pump relay going—where can I find it to take a look?

Andrea Barrett · Updated on
Reviewed by Shannon Martin, Licensed Insurance Agent.
A stalling engine could be the fuel pump relay dying. **The 2003 Ford F250’s fuel pump relay is located behind the radio in an enclosure. To access the relay, you must first remove the radio. Using a wiring diagram, you may be able to run some diagnostics to determine if the relay is faulty, likely without removing the radio.
Other signs of a faulty fuel pump relay include:
  • Check engine light is on
  • Car won’t start
  • Idling
  • Engine stalls
  • Bad fuel pump
  • Poor engine performance
  • No fuel pump noise
  • Exhaust system issues
  • Variable fuel consumption
If you suspect it’s the fuel pump, get yourself to a mechanic as soon as possible—but also consider upgrading your
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