Question about 1990 Toyota Camry
I have no power going to fuel pump
I know on my 1992 toyota camry...the EFI fuse is located under the hood on drivers side in the fuse panel there...right next to the battery. standing on the drivers side, from the side of the car looking at box as your facing the passenger side of auto(which will be directly across from you) it is located at top left. Says to also check the Circuit opening relay located behind the glove compartment ... the middle one. BUT, before you pull that ..if you want to check for a code stored, do so before you pull that out or before disc the battery. To do that you'll need to look under drivers side dash upside down for the code detector that has a flip top cap.. and you'll block wheels, place in neutral w/ Emergency brake on, turn key to on position and then w/ a metal paper clip ... bridge the E1 and TE1 terminals ..then look at your dash for the flashing start light..to read the code. If it flashes steadily the same every 1/4 sec then no code has been recorded. Hope this helps.. If further testing info...needed let me know.
Posted on Feb 04, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The fuel pump should run for a second or two when you first turn the key on, but then shuts down to prevent the engine from flooding if the computer does not get a signal from the crank or cam sensors which the computer uses to trigger the ignition system. So no spark no fuel. Check to see if you have a spark in the ignition system.
Posted on Aug 28, 2009
The Feol pump/circuit opening relay is located inside the cab on a relay block either behind the glove bosx or the right kick panel, I'll see if I can locate a location diagram and post it in a follow up. In the meantime locate the diagnostic check connector under the hood,it's located near the right fender on a fuse block, open the cover and put a jumper wire between the terminals FP and B+, turn the key on and let me know if this makes the fuel pump run.
Posted on Oct 22, 2011
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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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