Don't know for sure about the mondeo, but think all Fords have a
cutoff switch on the fuel pump. They are located in different places,
if you have the owners' manual, check that and it will tell you.
On Mon, 11 Sep 2006 08:04:46 +0100, "Peter"
If you have an immobiliser, it usually cuts the circuit to the starter, the
ignition, and the fuel pump. Some of the early immobilisers were notoriously
unreliable. I ended up strapping mine out. Unfortunately you will find it
sifficult to find out how to do it. I worked the circuitry out in about 2
hours with a multimeter and a circuit diagram (Haynes)
As the other poster said, yes, there is a cutoff switch which you can
reset. On my '95 mondeo, it was somewhere near the footwell on the passenger
The pump itself is either on or in the fuel tank.
You could also try posting on uk.rec.cars.maintenance or
http://www.fordmondeo.org/ click on forums
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