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Which relay is the fuel pump relay?

Which relay on a 1992 plymouth voyager is the fuel pump relay this van has a 2.5l 4cyl motor and there is 4 relays on the left inner fenderwell between the strut tower and the battery which on is the fuel pump relay?

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  • larryharl Apr 17, 2009

    Thank you very much now hopefully the dang thing will work Kudos and Thumbs up for your help.

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Can't find my picture right now, but look for a relay with following wires in connector. Dark blue/w yellow stripe, dark blue, dark green w/black stripe, & red w/white stripe. that should be it.

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