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How to locate fuel relay for 1990 bmw 535i - 1990 BMW 5 Series

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SOURCE: need location of fuel pump relay

This relay will be in the Power Distribution Center under the hood in the engine bay. Thanks for using fixya!

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Posted on Jan 08, 2009

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SOURCE: Battery is dead. Doors are locked. Can't get into car.

I m a locksmith and had the same problem

What you do is:

HOld The handle up while you turn the key to the opening direction, it will feel as though it may bend the key but it will not.

keep pulling the handle until the button pops up it works I did it

Posted on Feb 03, 2009

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SOURCE: need location of fuel pump relay

You are going to have to remove the fuel pump and disconnect the wire harness. Check for voltage at the plug. Not sure of the excact location.

Posted on Feb 14, 2009

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SOURCE: 1985 bmw 535i

you need to take a look at the light sockets in the trunk area.there are NO wires going to the lights like most cars of the time.if you take a close look,you will see that the whole panel where the lights plug in IS the wiring complete with ground.you juat need to unplug each one and scratch all the corrosion off the fixed panel AND the flat prong like connections on the bulb sockets themselves.

every 5 series i have gotten into after being parked for awile had this problem.absolutely no rear lights.and yes,check out the fuse box,but it is most likely this or-

the brake pedal on these cars has a thin plate which the brake light switch/andclutch switch is bolted to.i have also seen in many cases the pedal travelbeing too excessive causing the thin plate to bend slightly causing it not to make contact with the switch,which also won't make the brake light warning lamp come on.but i bet you its those sockets in the trunk.cause if the hot side of one is grounding out-then none of them will work!good luck.

Posted on Feb 16, 2009

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SOURCE: 90 bmw 325i need location of fuel relay i don't have a manual

the relay is under the bonet and i think its brown , but befor you do that lift the rear seat and get some one to turn the ignition on as you listen to see if you can hear it prim as the relay does two jobs , prime and fead if it does nither you may need a pump . email me if you need more help

Posted on May 05, 2009

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