Kept forgetting to upload these pictures.
The Fuel Pump Driver Module Kit ( driver module & new stand off style bolts )
Check if the part number has changed with a newer one
Wide picture to show where it is located. The spare tire is lowered, and you can see the cable for the spare tire crank on the right side of the picture.
Mine had quite a bit of corrosion under it, and made a mess out of it. Good thing I ordered a new one for the heck of it, I am sure I was close to being stranded. The PCB in the module did not crack.... yet
The revision 2 module installed. I only had to clean off the cross member, did not have to angle grind it like the directions stated to do.
I hosed down the cross member with some S100 corrosion protector prior to installing the new one.
One thing I will disagree with mjb1032's method in the thread linked above, do not put a plastic bag around the module.
Temperature swings will cause the bag to condensate, and might damage the module. If moisture can escape from the bag, it is useless ( it is open some how ).
The module exposed to the elements is not the problem, the module being mounted flat to the metal cross member, and I am guessing dissimilar metal corrosion causes a build up behind the module, pushing it out and cracking it.
The new mounting method from Ford is to include the stand offs already, so no need to space off with DIY parts.