Question about 1989 Chevrolet Caprice
It is located in the engine compartment, passenger side, side of inner fender on a bracket. I believe it has 5 pins and is about a 2" cube in size. Autozone can't test it, but a new one is $10 there and an easy install. Check the bypass plug at the relay by attaching a 12v power source (a short wire from the + terminal of battery) and listen if your fuel pump comes on, then you will know if it is the relay. Just had similar problem with my 89.
Posted on Sep 14, 2009
Check you owners manual for sure but it should be on one of the fuse panels in your engine compartment. If the fuse panel is not labeled then the owners manual will tell you which one is the fuel relay. The relay will be about a 1" by 1" square black plastic piece.
Posted on Feb 02, 2009
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