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1998 toyota camry

No power to fuel pump,not sure what relay to check(ID).Does the wires to relay go directly to pump?

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The relay is on the earth side The power has a fuse Check your fuses

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The fuel pump is controlled by the "Circuit Opening Relay" It is located under the Engine Electronic Control Unit (CPU) which is under the center of the dash.


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