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Fuel pump fuse

Fuel pump not working

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Spray starting fluid in your air intake` and see if it starts. If it does and dies out its your fuel pump. If not check Fuse and relay also change gas filter. To be sure use a fuel pump gauge the pressure should be around45 to 65 Lbs.

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Car is turning over but not getting fuel ideas anyone thanks


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Where is the fuel pump fuse


Probably a relay, not a fuse. If there is a fuse it will be marked on the fuse box panel. Usually the relay is located under the hood either in a fuse/relay box or on a rack of several relay on the firewall.

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The fuel pump relay is controlled by the PCM which uses the gray and black wires all the way back through the chaissis to the fuel pump. With the key on and no pressure at the rail the pump should be running. If there is no power out of the PCM (Power Train Control Module) to the fuel pump relay the fuel pump will not work

If your looking for the fuse the fuse location is in the FREE owners manual here: (2.62 Mb)
http://www.aboutautomobile.com/OwnerManual/2004/Saturn/ION Check the IGN fuse.... and the fuel pump relay (page 330)

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You need to test the fuse holder for power before it flows through the fuse. You should have the Ignition on, in order for the Fuel pump Relay to provide power to the fuse. Although the fuse may be good, it can not work without power.

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1. Listen for a humming noise near the tank while someone turns the key on.
2. If the fuel pump makes is on then its your fuel filter.
3. If no sound then its your fuel pump. Start with the fuses then your relays and if they are all in working then its time to change your fuel pump.
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