Question about 2000 Toyota RAV4
Car died at an intersection. Would restart at first but no power. Now will not start at all. Fuel pump is not running. Traced to fuel pump cutout relay. Relay is OK. Not getting ground from ECM. Bypass relay. Pump runs but engine still will not start. Suspect ECM is kepping something else (injectors, ign....) off also. Trying to determine what the ECM needs to see in order for fuel pump to come on when the key is first turned on or some other method of determining if the fault is the ECM or an input.
Can you just check your fuel pressure valve and tank vet relay and get back me thanks would help diagnose problem.
Posted on May 23, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: can't find my fuel relay
I just pulled the fuel relay on my 85 toyota pickup. First you have to take out the glove box and then the speaker. It's in there they hid it well.
Posted on Sep 01, 2009
remove the passenger side of your dash "the glove box" there is a circuit opening relay tucked up behind the speaker it's small box. it reseavs signal from efi and maf then sends power to your pump. good luck...peace and love for all...
Posted on May 29, 2010
SOURCE: engine loses power going uphill
Sounds a lot like my problem have you checked you're catalytic converter? It may be clogged or your exhaust system is clogged. this is where I would start.
Posted on Feb 14, 2011
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