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Re: fuel pump fuse
There is a relay in a box under the hood.. There are other relays that are the same kind in that box also. Try swapping one to see if that is the problem. There is another fuse in the fuse box under the dash on the left side of the steering wheel. If none of these work look for the fuel pump circuit breaker it should be located behind the left front panel inside the vehicle by you left foot. you need to press the button to reset it. I hope this helps. Don,t forget to rate my answer.
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You have no voltage at 15 amp fuel pump fuse in the under hood fuse/relay center ? There is a fuel pump relay also in same under hood fuse box. The fuel pump fuse gets power from the fuel pump relay. The ( PCM ) engine computer controls that relay, gives power or ground electronically to turn the relay on giving power to the fuel pump through the fuel pump fuse. You could have a bad relay or an anti-theft system problem . What engine does you vehicle have 2.0 L or 2.2 L the 2.0 L engine gets power differently to fuel pump .
quick fix is set a live from egnition to a fuse carage that will hold correct ampage fuse then other side of fuse carrage to fuel pump then other side of pump to earth ie body pannel this will power up fuel pump
You have two fuel pumps. A main fuel pump and an in tank fuel pump and one fuel injection/pump relay that turns the fuel on for the both of them at the same time and each fuel pump has a dedicated fuse.
So your vehicle has 1- relay, 2 pumps, 2 fuel pump fuses [1 for each pump ]
The relay and both fuses are located under the drivers side of the dash in a little fuse/relay panel.
Gauge fuse runs a fuel module that is installed to correct vapor lock. This module is what is running the pump. This module, called the hot fuel module is mounted on the passenger side behind the dash above the blower motor.