Question about Toyota Camry
Fuel Pump Relay Notes If you remove the Glove box door & Box it is Just Above the Glove box hidden behind the dash. There is another one in relay Box BUT it is Wired into ECM this is NOT the one need trust me.
Posted on Jan 24, 2009
The fuel pump in the 1991 Toyota Camry is in the fuel tank. It is not very difficult to replace depending on how much experience you have working on cars and how much tools you have at your disposal. Lift up the rear of the vehicle, drain the tank somehow, detach the feed and return hoses as well as the fill-up pipe. You then loosen the straps holding up the tank, drop the tank, you can now reach and replace the pump (make sure you unplug the wiring before dropping the tank).
Posted on Mar 24, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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There is not one on the 4-cyl just for the fuel pump. It is supplied by the EFI 15A fuse thru the EFI main relay and the circuit opening relay. See here p 177
On the V6 it is similar, see p 575
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