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I suspect the fuel pump circuit is drawing to much power. Do you have something else hooked into those wires(Audio equip?) The fuse is there to protect the relay. Have you put a bigger fuse (bigger number) in there to keep it from blowing the fuse? If not I suspect a bad fuel pump or a stuck fuel pressure regulator(Causing the pump to work too hard- drawing more electrical power) Just remember, its hard to put the smoke back in once it catches fire.
have you done any work on the car or any accidents. anything could have happened but sounds like you have a bad ground or clipped wire check that. you might have to run a new wire to the pump from the fuse box. that is what i would do.
a jeep volvo, ive got to see that, please post photos.?????
we dont know, this is a jeep forum.
but most cars, the relays are all in the 2 fuse boxes.
and most cars, the operators manual covers that.
or the FSM or alldata.com,. log in and read.
I have never seen a relay problem with on of these cars. Most likely is the fuel pumps tend to overload and shut the relay. But for arguments sake here is the location of the relay' #14 is the fuel pump relay if you cant read the picture.
Hi, open the drivers door and on the left side of the dash there is a fuse panel. pull the cover and look for #33 in the fuse block. Position 33 is the fuel pump relay. This is applies to T6 and T6 executive. hope this helps
I had a similar problem on my S80 1999 2.9 . It turned out to be the SMS multifunction module in the steering column that had gone bad. I eventually had to have it replaced plus a software reload. It was expensive. Suggestions that did not work were to disconnect the battery, charge the battery, reload software . It was only after the unit was changed that the software was loaded at a cost