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1995 Tacoma circuit opening relay

Where is circuit opening relay located

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SOURCE: no power to fuel pump. I have power up to the circuit opening relay.

I am not positive how the electronics are routed on a later model truck but I had this same problem on my 89' with a 22re. It turned out that the oil pressure sending unit was in the fuel pump circuit so as to not allow the engine to start with no oil pressure. I changed my sending unit and the truck fired right off. Hope this helps.

Posted on Nov 05, 2008

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SOURCE: where do I locate the fuel circuit relay on a 1995

More than likely it's under the hood in the fuse box.

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just a guess but I would say on the side of the transmission, bolted into the bell housing as to engage the flywheel. probably the driver side.

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The short will be in the fuel pump.

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I have a 1995 tacoma and the fuel guage and fuel pump does not work. cannot find a fuse for them any suggestions



  • The fuel pump relay is a pain to find so when I tell you where it is keep looking in that area until you locate it because it is there.

  • Your fuel pump relay is located to the left of the steering column behind the top of the lower dash access panel. There is a metal tube of sorts wayyy back there and even if you take the lower panel off it is a pain to get to but it is back there.


  • You can also pull the fuel line off the backside of the fuel filter and see if gas is making it to fuel filter as well. Keep in mind that if the relay happens to be good that a bad fuel pump will also effect the fuel gauge.



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just a guess but I would say on the side of the transmission, bolted into the bell housing as to engage the flywheel. probably the driver side.

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I have a 99 tacoma with no power to fuel pump,fuses are good, power to relay and have swapped relays, but I don't have any power to the fuel pump. Is there some type of inertia switch?


Look to see if you have power at pin 1 of the circuit opening relay. The C.O. Relay is what powers the fuel pump. If you have power there (a blue wire), you have an open circuit between the relay and the pump.

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No power to fuel pump. I have power up to the circuit opening relay.


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