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Why do you want to do that ? Go to a salvage yard and get a new used CCRM . Constant Control Relay Module !Or go to eBay an get one. $20
Posted on Dec 12, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
built into the pcm.....replace the key lock cylinder....get a new key with the same code as your old one and cut it to the gold key you get with the key lock cylinder
Posted on Nov 19, 2008
How do you know the fuel pump is not getting power?.The fuel pump only comes on for a second or two before cutting back off.The ecm only suppys power to the relay for a few short seconds with key in the on position.Only constant 12 volts is supplied when the engine is running.Is the fuel pump new?How do we know it is good?Also is the engine giving a spark when the engine is turning over?If the engine has no spark,then the pick up coil could be bad,otr the ignition module could be bad.Check the fuel at the injsctors or a fuel line to see if the fuel will pump out when the key is turned on,if it does not,then check to see if the ijectors are pulsing.If the injectors are not pulsing ,and you have spark,then remove the distributor and replace the pick up coil,and the ignition module.The pick up coil,along with the igniyion module give the injectors there pulse.One other thing,If the fuel pump is not for sure coming on,check to see if the relay is clicking on,and then off in a couple of seconds.If this is true,then replace the fuel pump.Any other questons,please ask,I will try to help if I can.I hope this was some help,let me know,thanks.
Posted on Oct 01, 2009
Testimonial: "The car runs so I know it's getting spark and the car stays running with no problem fuel pump putting correct psi but it wrks when I put power 2 it"
If I'm not mistaken, there is a power distribution box under the hood of your car, usually located on the side by the battery along the inner fender, and maybe back by the fire wall.
Posted on Apr 05, 2010
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