Q: where is the fuel pump relay located?

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Where is the fuel pump relay located?

Hi Ian. Thanks for contacting us today. I might be mistaken, but I believe the fuel pump relay is located behind the radio of the vehicle, near the primary fuse panel on the F-350 Super Duty. To locate and remove this, I would strongly recommend buying the service and repair manual, in order to ensure no electrical damage occurs to other components.

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