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Find the wires that go to the fuel pump. the pump is most likely in the fuel tank. use a volt meter (d.v.o.m.) (set on a dc voltage scale of 20)or a test light. to test for power. after finding the wires that normally supply power to the pump use the voltmeters red wire to pierce through the wire casing while the black wire is touching a matal surface of the vehicle chassis or body. turn the ignition to the on position and if the screen on the volt meter reads anything above 8.0 there is voltage to the pump. or listen for a humming or buzzing noise from the fuel tank as someone turns the key to the on position, the noise indicates the fuel pump is getting power.
Posted on Jan 12, 2013
Have someone stand or lie down close to the gas tank when you first turn the key on WITHOUT STARTING IT. They should hear the pump running to build up pressure. If not, check the fuse box under the hood for a blown fuse or bad pump relay.
Posted on Jan 12, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
for the most part it on the driver side under the car close to the frame of the passenager side just in front of the rear tire in the frame also checkout this website to see if they have your car listed its www.autozone.com if they do you be able to get pictures and diagram showing you where its located on your car.
Posted on May 05, 2009
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The temperature door actuator is located at the bottom of the heater housing at the center terminal. It looks like this:
To remove the actuator
Posted on Oct 03, 2010
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Sounds like you have a bad fuel pump module. Here's some steps to make sure.
1st you want to turn your key to the on position without starting the car and listen for the fuel pump to come on. It sounds like a small electric motor with a whine in the rear of the car.
2nd you need to check the fuel pressure under the hood on the engine. Located on the fuel rail is a small valve that looks like a air fill valve for a tire. If you have access to a guage you can check it yourself. If not then you can spray starting fluid or carb cleaner into the air intake ( after the air filter) and the engine should start. You may have done this step already to find the no fuel scenario. If the motor starts then either your fuel pump is not getting the voltage to turn on (fuel pump relay in this case) or your fuel pump is bad. This would be the most likely case and unfortunately the more expensive culprit.
Posted on Nov 30, 2010
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