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2008 sienna, How do you check a fuel pump with no test port for fuel pressure check on the vehicle.

Van stopped in the middle of the street with no warning. Seems like a fuel pump but no pressure test port on the engine. How do I, with some amount of certainty, determine that it is the fuel pump. Should this pump make noise when the key is turned? Most of the in tank pumps make some amount of noise.

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No solution here, but wondering what your next step was...I think the same thing happened to me, but wanted to check the fuse at least before I have my van towed to some mechanic in Italy. Did you locate the fuse? Which box and was it labeled something other than fuel pump?

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the fuel pump relay should be located in the under hood fuse box just replace the relay with a new one

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not the pump.... unless you plan on keeping it for ever ....

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Hi There. Have the exact same problem on my 95mod petrol with the sub fuel tank not emptying. think it may be the relay but cant find it. The earlier models have the relay in the rear wheel well, but ours are set up differently. had the whole car to pieces but still cant find it. Was wondering if you had any luck with yours and could enlighten me. Thanks kim_mck53@hotmail.com

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A friend of mine had the same problem and found a relay on top of the reserve tank that was filthy and gummed up. We gave it a clean etc refitted it and he hasn't had a problem since. I hope this helps.

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