Question about 1992 Buick Regal
I checked the relay and the fuses (in the glove box and right behind the passenger side head light) and the inline fuse frm the starter all ok...it seems like the fuel pump isnt kicking on...possibly the jumper positive end touched the metal.PLEASE HELP ASAP...my cars sitting in town
Stuckonstupi,there is the possibility that you have spiked the ECM (elecronic control module) or damaged the cars onboard computer check this first good luck
Posted on Nov 13, 2008
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The fuel pump relay is located to the right of the glove box.
Remove three 8mm screws (along the front edge) and a wingnut (drivers side near the accelerator) to loosen the insulation panel. Twist out the light courtesy light and using a pair of pliers squeeze the plastic nipple to remove the SIR. Remove the insulation panel from the vehicle.
After the insulation panel is removed, the fuse/relay panel will be to the right of the glove box. The insulation panel should have a diagram of the fuse/relay panel layout.
The relay should be in the left column of relays just above the fuses.
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