What Is the Purpose of a Fuel Pump Driver Module?

Answer The fuel pump drive -- or driver -- module is usually referred to by the acronym FPDM. Aftermarket retailers sometimes call the same component a fuel solenoid driver, or FSD. By either name, the mo... Read More »

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Where Is the Fuel Pump Driver Module Located in a Lincoln LS?

The Lincoln LS uses a fuel pump driver module to send commands to the fuel pump from the vehicle central computer. The fuel pump driver module also sends commands to the fuel pump to isolate its el... Read More »

What Parts Are in a Fuel Pump Module?

From the old fashioned fuel pumps that had a diaphragm and were manually activated by the rotation of the engine, to the current all-electronic fuel pumps that can pressurize a system and keep the ... Read More »

How to Remove the Fuel Pump Module?

On some model vehicles (especially pickup trucks), the fuel pump is contained within a module that includes a fuel sending unit. This module is contained inside the fuel tank. If you need to replac... Read More »

How to Install a Fuel Pump Module on a '98 S-10?

The Chevrolet S-10 is a compact pickup truck that General Motors manufactured from 1982 to 2004 in the United States. It had a 6-cylinder 4.3-liter engine with sequential fuel injection, which requ... Read More »