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The Fuel Pump Relay is located behind the radio. The radio has to come out to access it.
what a place to mount the relay for an engineering team with the right mind !!?
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NOTE: The fuel pump relay is located in the engine compartment, attached to the relay bracket mounted on the front of the dash. Other than checking for loose connections the only service on the fuel pump relay is replacement.

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  1. Verify that the ignition switch is in the "OFF" position.
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Ihave a 1991 honda civic hb and i think i"m having problems with my fuel pump .on this model can i get to the pump from the back seat of this vehicle or due i have to drop the gas tank. also whereis the...


you must remove the fuel tank. see procedure below.

The fuse and relay should be in the engine compartment relay box. Check fuses 2 and 14. The relay might be labeled PGM-FI

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The fuel pump is located in the fuel tank.
  1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.
  2. Relieve the fuel system pressure.
  3. Raise and safely support the vehicle.
  4. Remove the fuel tank drain bolt and drain the fuel into a suitable container.
  5. On Civic models (except CRX and Wagon) unplug the fuel pump electrical connector in the trunk. On CRX, remove the storage compartment and unplug the fuel pump electrical connector. On Civic Wagon, remove the rear seat and carefully disengage the fuel pump electrical harness.
  6. On Civic Wagon with 4WD, remove the driveshaft from the rear differential and the exhaust pipe and muffler.
  7. Remove the 2-way valve cover and fuel hose protector.
  8. Unbolt the fuel lines.
  9. Place a suitable support under the fuel tank.
  10. Remove the fuel tank strap nuts and let the straps hang.
  11. Remove the fuel tank.
  12. Remove the fuel pump mounting nuts and the fuel pump.

To install:
  1. Install the pump assembly into the tank and make sure the unit is properly sealed.
  2. Install the tank into the vehicle and tighten the strap nuts. Connect the hoses and wiring.
  3. On 4WD vehicles, connect the driveshaft and the exhaust system.
  4. Put about three gallons of fuel into the tank and test the system.

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  • Park your Chevy S10 in a safe place with a level surface. Make sure you have enough room to work around the truck.
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  • 5 Disconnect the clamp from the filler hose at the tank with a screwdriver and remove the hose. Remove the tank shield. Support the fuel tank with a floor jack and a piece of wood on the jack pad to avoid damage to the tank.
  • 6 Remove the tank-holding straps with a ratchet and socket.
  • 7 Lower the fuel tank so you can disconnect the fuel lines from the fuel pump/sending unit assembly on top of the tank. Unplug the pump electrical connector and lower the tank to the floor.
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  • 9 Lift the pump/sending unit assembly off the tank, remove the pump and install the new pump in the pump/sending unit assembly. Discard the pump/sending unit O-ring seal.
  • 10 Install a new pump/sending unit O-ring and set the pump assembly in the tank.
  • 11 Lock the assembly lock ring by turning the ring clockwise until it locks in place.
  • 12 Connect the fuel lines to the to the fuel/sending unit assembly and plug the pump electrical connector.
  • 13 Raise the tank to its mounting position and install the tank-holding straps. Install the tank shield and connect the filler neck to the tank.
  • 14 Lower the truck, plug the fuel-pump relay and connect the black, negative battery cable.
  • 15 Refill the fuel tank, start the engine and check for leaks.
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    REMOVE OR DISCONNECT
    1. Protective cover.
    2. Retainer, if installed.
    3. Electrical connector.
    4. Relay by depressing bracket clip at rear of relay, or removing bolts from retaining bracket.
    INSTALL OR CONNECT
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    2. Electrical connector.
    3. Retainer.
    4. Protective cover.

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