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Fuel Pump Relay

My bronco has the same problem of not cranking and sometimes cranking but going dead. I tested with a diagnostics machine and it said the fuel pump relay was bad. My problem is that I can't find where it's at to replace it myself. Can someone explain to me where to find it?

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  • mandybarton3 Sep 22, 2008

    It's a 1989, 6cyl

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Relay should be under the hood on the driver side either in a fuse box or by itself next to the fender

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it's just one relay
and the PCM runs it.!!
if the pump has 0vdc cranked,
we scan the PCM first.
not play with relays.
if the pump has 12vdc cranked, then the relay and PCM
is happy. end relay hunt......

it is that simple, but did you crank it first?
takes 2 man test (2 woman)?
the Suzuki laws of PUMP: world wide.:
1/2 the SUZUKI PCM do not run the fuel pump until cranked,
others run only for 3 second keyon and full time cranked.
that is a RULE:
can you run to rear of car crawl under in 3 seconds?
i bet not.
why not post the symptoms first. the ask for clear
accurate diagnostic help.

no crank.?
no start
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fuel pressure 0 cranked.
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I parked my car in the parking area at work but when I came back to start it it's only cranking and no fuel going to the injectors. I changed the pump and it's still the same 320i.2010


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I have no power to my fuel pump in my 2006 jeep liberty, I've put a new pump in, checked all the fuses and relays, and put a new crank sensor In. I still don't have power to the pump


ouch, you dont have a $10 volt meter, ? if you dont have 12vdc to the pump cranking why replace a pump, it has no power. so.....?
which engine, we need that because its and EFI question and varies by engine. Gas or Diesel?
first off here is the dead pump checks on all EFI cars,
1: fuses are first (as is a charged battery to 12.6vdc rested)_
2: next is to scan it, scan it cranking, dont skip scans. ever. and 100x that in newer cars. it reports many failures, now. details......
3: the crank engine (yes, crank it ) and see if 12vdc makes it to the pump. does it? id bet not. (as you said no power but did you crank it?)

4: if the pump feed wire is dead now what. well check the pump drive. on old cars its a relay on newer its ELECTRONIC driven.
that means powerful transistor drive from the TIPM.
5: first is if the SKIM is glowing cranking is it? immoblizer active cuts fuel. (not sure if it cuts pump but is important this)
6: dead ASD relay, it dont close. cranking.
7: or the ASD relay drops out cranking, scan tool tells why.

me ?, I scan first, ohm the scan tells me x fuse is blown,.
wow.
or that the ASD dropped for x reasons 8 total.

does the PCD Fuel pump relay close cranking?
does the coil on said relay (meter across coil of it) go to 12vdc cranking 11v is typ.?
if not the ECU is blocking the pump relay,
that takes a scan tool to find why.
use an Innova 3160 scan tool , buy one and save a fortune guessing.
barrow, rent or buy,
cant go to shop engine is dead, right? so leaving 2 choices.
tow it or buy scan tool for less. cash.

fuse 24 looks ok but is cracked (hair line) and reads infinity on the ohm meter RX1 scale.? BINGO, we test fuse that look ok.
or check voltage on both sides of fuse cranking, 12vdc is good.
0v is bad.

The PCM has many reasons to cut the relay,
not one can be guessed at (well dead spark, sure)
it needs to be scanned.

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there is none. (why not post symptoms and let test find cause?)

toyota Corolla. is same.
4AFE engine
or
7AFE engine. always know what you have first. before diagnosing
NO transmission stated, making pump diagnosis hard.
engine problems. (no starts?) is that it?
is fuel pump dead, that it>?
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feeds the Fuel pump relay , if the FP relay drops out ?
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one side is grounded other is 12vd key on. if not , you lost power to it.
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im in the FSM and it shows no Inertial switch in the schematic.
none.
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let me now guess, the true post.
car will not start. but runs for 3 seconds on test fuel
owner cant hear pump
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so the Fuel pump relay is dead. (not bad just dead)
why, so he finds the car is A/T tranny and checks the PRNDL switch there and is bad, or not bad and find the wire to it dead.
he finds a connector to the PRNLD bad. kiling the pump relay.
dead.
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going backwards, ? (yes, i to check volts first) but...
you check fuel pressure cranking, (is press in spec or not?)
the FSM covers this, 1/.2 the cars only get pump activation,,
cranking and running, never just key on (the fsm shows this fact, i didnt look for you)
Yours is older loop system, not dead head.
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ok say my pressure spec. is 40psi cranking and i get 10.?

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in loop systems the cranking pressure is about 10 PSI more.
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Voltage checks, (any voltmeter)
use a voltmeter to see if full power reaches the pump.
i check voltage and its 8v. (bad) cranking volts can be near 11v due
to battery load, 200amps or so... what i do is measure battery crank
voltage and expect same to pump , using the 0.5v rule. (drop)
the connector over here to pump is all corroded. ,,
fix that and bam, now full presssure
or i find a bad fuel pump relay, replace that and bam.
or i find 0v, to pump.
i find relay bad. (simple tests on relay) (its not bad ECU)
ok i find 12v. at pump. so what is wrong?, i check my fuel pressure
regulator at the fuel rail, its stuck wide open because the shunt test
passed (one of 4 tests above) so new reg and bam, 40psi to rail.
i can test the reg with my hand vacuum tool that all shops have.
i can see pressure, running and cranking and check fuel pressure
with no vacuum (50psi?) then pump it to say 20 "hg (simulates idle)
and see 40 pSI, and check the diaphram for leak down.
my reg was bad.
there are other tests:
1: fuel pump current. (if excessive, its a bad pump)
2: scope test or use a current probe on pump and see it spiking
like made, , it has bad commutator and will die so.

there great videos on all this at. Duane's site.
http://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=fuel%20pump&sm=3

check the pump cranking

do not hot wire the fuel pump relay
if you slip 1/.8" you blow up a nice $400 ECU, (or more)
the ECU drives this relay (with a transistor, you dont want to explode)
if you feel compelled to hot wire things, disconnect the pump
and hot wire that.
now the relay.
it has 4 pins 12vdc in, 12vdc out to pump (contacts)
and 2 coil pins.
you put your meter to coil pins (across) i get 12v to coil cranking and running, that is the ECU working right
i get 12vdc in and zero out the contacts, the relay is bad.
lets say you see 3v out, that can be a shorted pump. or wire grounded out to pump. I check the current with my amp clamp and see 15amps
the pump is bad. most draw 4-6amps. normal.
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WHAT ENGINE ?????? 4, 5.2 or 5.9 Liters?
Fuses are First, always for ever. on electrics or EFI.
dry rail cranking ! you must crank it.
(if you have liking injector or leaking regulator it can drop fast ,so crank on) yes, 2 men or 1 and small boy, LOL
so check voltage at the pump cranking. please stop guessing.!

the ECU commands up the PUMP , cranking or running
so crank and read voltages at pump or at FP relay.

pump activating, is by premissives. not just a key on event
due to crash and burn rules. (unlike on TV)
same with injection. (spark must be good)
first , buy your self a voltmeter (DMM/DVM) its a very easy tool to use
and on volts, mode, totally harmless to you or car. !!!

be aware, that on some cars
if there is no spark, there is no fuel pumping
or it might take a second to detect no spark and the pump is cut
or on one of my cars the pump works the engine starts for 1second
and the ECU sees no spark (dead tachometer ) even though spark is
good the ECU sees no spark and ALL fuel is cut, injectors and fuel pump relay ( you never monitored the action of the relay?. and its dead.? i bet?) spark monitoring can fail with good spark, !!!
the path, on all cars.............. pins and colors change to confuse...
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the FUEL pump relay is in the PDC
it has 4 pins, its just a 4 pin std, relay.
a coil and a contactor
if the coil is not HOT (12v across the coil) cranking
there will never ever be pump action.
so the first test is to check the PUMP relay coil wires.
the coil hot side is 12vdc key on
the other wire, marked. C20 DB (dark blue?)
it is 12v keyon
and when you crank the PCM grounds this wire and it must go
to 0v, (0.5v max) if not the PCM is in CUT FUEL MODE.
99.999999% sure, its not a bad PCM. see?
if this line dont go low you must find out why the PCM is in cut fuel.
this is pretty easy,its called a scan tool. got one
they only cost $9 (ask)
if the coil is hot at C18 relay pin and 0v at C20
this state the Relay is energized.
so we check pins C16 and 17,of said relay
we check C16 first. its 12v even key off, hot at all times if not, the fuse is blown. (or battery totally dead)
then crank and pin C17 goes hot(note my order of testing, its not random) C17 dead, is bad relay, C17 12v, cranking is dead pump.

C17 is DG/wht wire, (darkgreen.with white stripe?)
if this wire is cut the pump is dead
so is the pump dead, if hot this wire is, and the pump ground wire is cut.
when i say cut that means cut or corrosion,etc.
eg; gross resistance in the path.

takes 4min to show, and longer to type this...
the G305 pump ground black must not be bad. (12v on black wire is just that while cranking)

i will not fully cover PCM permissive on the pump.
but will do so in short.
1: ECU sees spark loss, for any reason.. even when good real.
All ECu do this differently. many read the spark coil primary
wires of inductive (EMF) kickback , on one or all coils.
other cars its just the tachometer signal dead.
2: CMP errors (cam sensor)
3: CKP errors. (crank sensor)
4: TPS stuck at WOT , usually only cuts injectors.. (unflood mode)


ive built and programmed PCMs from scratch and am aware of all pitfalls here. am.
if have the drawings, ask.
or log in to Alldata.com

again, connect the $9 scan tool
keyon
crank for 5 seconds. (min) max 15)
does RPM roll from 0 to near 300? no? bingo.
does DTC 340 or 350 store as you crank or release key
and do not turn off key, wait 1 second, see if DTCs are stored
in the PCM looking with any scan tool made..
if yes, BINGO !!!!

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