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I have a 2.6 and there is no separate relay for the fuel
pump. The fuel pump, along with the A/C and a couple few other things are
controlled by a module behind the plastic cover that covers your battery. It is
not behind the battery. The module is tall and rectangular and has a knob on
it's top that you twist to unlock it so it can be pulled up and out of the
socket. The OVP relay is alongside this device. It is not cheap and it is vital
that you get the proper one matched to your car
The fuel pump relay is located on the inner fender behind the battery. There is a group of 5 relays, 3 on the fender wall, and 2 on the strut housing. The innermost one is the fuel pump relay, The outer one is the starter relay. Good luck!!
The pump is located in the tank.Can you here the pump come on when you cycle the key on?If you try an alternative fuel such as throttle body cleaner and it starts and runs at least till it burns up the cleanen.Suspect a faulty fuel pump or connection to the fuel pump.
The fuel pump relay is located behind the 12 volt junction block and the fuel pump fuse holder on the earlier models.drivers side fire wall.on later models its located in the relay center on the right shock tower or in the right front corner of the engine compartment.
Underneath your hood, behind the passenger side headlight, behind the core support, is a bank of 2-8 relays. One of those relays is the relay needed for your fuel pump. There will also be a fuel pump relay fuse located there. The relay designation should be on the cover of the relay compartment.
Clean your ABS sensors thatg is mounted on the front disc rotors - they are usually covered with metal fillings and dust due to the magnetic properties of the sensors and also check or replace overload relay located behind battery - "Oldmerc" Australia