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Wiring diagram The fuelpump are not running and i cant see any spark on the plugs.I cant locate the fuelpump relay.Where can i find a wiring diagram on a 1998 mitshibishi L200.Thank you

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    yadayada Feb 07, 2012

    Are you aware that the fuel pump only runs for 1 second unless the engine is running or being cranked over by the starter?

  • Carl Feb 08, 2012

    Yes,but while i crank the engine there is no fuel coming to the injectors.

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Then the fuel pump has failed most likely. It is electric of course and located inside the fuel tank, the fuel tank must be removed in most cases to replace the fuel pump, and don't forget to replace the fuel filter

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SOURCE: Need diagram for 1998 Jeep

hi, you didn't say what engine you have, I'll assume it's the 4.0 L in line 6 cylinder. Standing on the PASSENGER side of the jeep, the spark plug at the front of the engine is #1, the next is #2, and so on to #6 which is at the back (nearest the windshield).
The distributor is between you and the valve cover on the engine. Pretend the top of the distributor cap is the face of a clock.
The #1 spark plug wire goes in the cap at what would be the 6 o'clock position, (as viewed from your position standing on the passenger side, facing the side of the engine). The firing order direction is clockwise, so the 'hand' of the clock (actually the rotor in the cap) would continue to the next distributor cap plug in, which would be spark plug wire to #5 (8 o'clock position), then #3 (10 o'clock position), #6 (12 o'clock position), #2 (2 o'clock position), #4 (4 o'clock position). So all this means isi your firing order is, 1,5,3,6,2,4 If you have a different motor or any questions, let me know. Good Luck! countrycurt0

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SOURCE: Wiring Diagram 1998 Chevy S-10 starter replacement

The starter has one large cable from the battery positive, and a wire that goes to the solenoid (Part of the starter) that becomes hot when the key ignition is turned to start. This also passes through the neutral safety switch. (So it wont start in gear) Not sure if this is what you need, a little vague.

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Go to Autozone.com site and register your vehicle so you can get a free wiring and fusebox diagram.

I have several things to contribute. The keyswitch has 2 terminals which supply energy to the spark system. The START side of the keyswitch and the RUN side both energize the Relays in the Powerbox.

Without knowing how long the truck runs with your problem at each start, I am estimating it could be getting power only while spinning the starter. The engine catches and then dies when the key is released to RUN position.

Looking at your wiring diagram find your power wire from the Ignition key and see if the power is coming off the ignition switch in RUN. If you have power from the Key, then you need to look at the Relays.

Check your fuel pressure to see if the Fuelpump relay kicked out or see if the Ignition relay kicked out power to the ECM. The wiring diagram should help and Fusebox diagrams are available as well.

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90 mercedes stoped running when driven


There are fuelpump relays for electric fuelpumps. You can have a bad fuelpump with either a mechanical or electric pump. You can have a clogged filter.

You can try Autozone.com and register your vehicle for free. Then you can get wiring diagrams and fusebox diagrams for the electric relays. Then you can find out which system you have.

It certainly sounds like you are on the right track since you discovered its a fuel problem.

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My truck started to sputter down the highway I pulled over it died it wont start. I changed the fuel filter that didnt work it might be the fuel pump or could it be a fuse?


You can get a wiring diagram and a fusebox layout for free at Autozone.com. Just register your truck for free on their site. Check the relay and fuses first before doing anything else.

If you have or can borrow a scanner, it would diagnose something like this.

I know someone who replaced a fuelpump and the old one was fine. There is a ground wire for the fuel pump that is part of the wiring harness. It needs to be connected into the harness so it can toggle on/off as part of the ignition switch and fuel pump relay. Do not bypass by making a different ground to the frame.

For some reason, between the connector under the hood and the plug into the fuelpump, this wire can break. You do not have to tear up the harness. Just run a new wire parallel to the harness and put new ends on the substitute wire and plug into the old connector.

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Thye fuelpump relay is located to the right of the brake booster. this is for a 1991 gmc jimmy (s-15)

I have enclosed a diagram to help locate the relay.

The most common reason for no fuel pressure on these trucks is not the relay but rather the fuelpump itself. the pump is located inside the fuel tank.

There is also a problem with the wiring to the fuel pump, you will need to locate the top of the tank and then off to side of tank is wiring .
This wiring comes off the top of the tank, you will need to check and there is connector problems..
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Hi Johnny, would it be possible for you to email me the fuel pump wiring diagram you have posted? Thanks.


Did you get the question i sent you about the engine size?, i will do this, here are nthe diagrams. The engine component wiring is diffrent due to the fact that two type engines come in this car, i have sent you the wiring diagram for the 2.5 engine, the wiring for the fuelpump is wired the same as the 3.0 engine but if you need to check other components and you have the 3.0 engine then let me know and i will send the wiring for the 3.0. locate the fuelpump on the page and then you can follow the wiring to the computer and other locations, hope this is helpful please let me know that you have received this . good day.10_21_2011_11_32_16_pm.gif10_21_2011_11_32_34_pm.gif10_21_2011_11_32_54_pm.gif

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You should also look at the other things the Ignition switch turns on in the Run position. Does the radio work, the fan motor, or turn signals? If they do not work look at replacing your Ignition switch.

The PCM and ECU get their power indirectly from the Ignition switch. When all have power they will connect to the fuelpump Relay. Since you said you checked the Relays, I am taking that to mean you checked the fuelpump Relay only. Many times people do not know that there are several relays which all need to connect to get the fuelpump to run. When you determine the Ignition switch is good, then the ECU and PCM relays should be getting power. Have you tested the fuelpressure Regulator? It needs to demand fuel from the pump.

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Power to the fuelpump.


Could be a loose plug, bad ground, or a faulty relay. You'd have to get a wiring diagram and track down all the plugs and grounds so find out where the fault is.

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