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How to test fuel pump relay

Your GM car or truck has a relay to turn the fuel pump on and off. The fuel pump pulls gasoline out of the tank and sends it to the engine. If the relay fails, the pump won't come on and the engine won't start. Since many things other than a bad fuel pump relay can cause a car to not start, you need to remove it to test it properly. Look for your GM relay in the fuse box under the hood that contains fuses and circuit breakers.
Open the hood of your vehicle and find the relay. If your fuse panel isn't labeled, look in your owner's manual for the specific location. With the ignition off, pull the relay out of the socket. You might need to wiggle it a little to get it loose.

  • 2 Look on the relay for the pin designations. Most relays have a diagram printed on the cover. If not, look in a service manual or wiring diagram for your GM vehicle. You need to identify the two pins for the coil and the two pins that the relay closes to turn on the fuel pump, usually marked "common" (C) and "normally open" (NO).
  • 3 Turn your multimeter dial to an ohms scale and touch the tips of the probes together to test it. The meter should read zero ohms.
  • 4 Touch the probe tips to the pins that connect to the relay coil. The meter should read between 50 and 120 ohms. If not, the relay coil is bad.
  • 5 Touch the meter leads to the two pins that should make contact when the relay operates. You should not read anything at all on the meter, indicating that the terminals aren't making a connection. If you read ohms, the relay contacts are stuck or shorted.
  • 6 Connect one end of each test lead to each of the two pins connected to the relay coil. Connect the other end of one of the test leads to the chassis ground and the other to the battery positive terminal. The relay should operate and you should hear a click.
  • 7 Touch the meter probes again to the two pins that should make contact. They should now read zero ohms, indicating that the connections are making contact. If not, the relay is bad.
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    Wiring relays and connections – all modelsRelays (typical)

    1 Vacant
    2 Intake manifold preheating relay (carburettor models) or fuel
    pump relay (injection models)
    3 Seat belt warning system relay
    4 Gearshift indicator control unit
    5 Air conditioner relay
    6 Dual tone horn relay
    7 Relay for foglights and rear foglight
    8 Relief relay for X contact
    10 Intermittent wash/wipe relay
    11 Rear window wiper relay
    12 Turn signal flasher or trailer towing warning relay
    13 Seat belt warning system (interlock) or rear window, driving
    lights and oil pressure warning relay
    14 Window lift or seat belt warning system relay
    15 Headlight washer relay
    16 Control unit for idling speed increase
    17 Fuse for rear foglight
    18 Control unit for coolant shortage indicator
    19 Thermo fuse for window lifters
    20 Switch unit for heated driver’s seat
    21 Switch unit for heated passenger’s seat
    22 Switch unit for overrun cut-off
    23 Vacant
    24 Vacant
    Relays are symbolised as a number in a black box
    Not all relays are fitted to all models
    A Multi-pin connector (blue) for dash panel loom
    B Multi-pin connector (red) for dash panel loom
    C Multi-pin connector (yellow) for engine compartment loom left
    D Multi-pin connector (white) for engine compartment loom right
    E Multi-pin connector (black) for rear wiring loom
    G Single connector
    H Multi-pin connector (brown) for air conditioner or wiring loom
    K Multi-pin connector (transparent) for seat belt warning system
    L Multi-pin connector (black) for lighting switch terminal 56 and
    dip and flasher switch terminal 56b (carburettor models) or
    multi-pin connector (grey) for dual tone horn (injection models)
    M Multi-pin connector (black) for lighting switch terminal 56 and
    dip and flasher switch terminal 56b (injection models)
    N Single connector for separate fuse (manifold heater element)
    P Single connector (terminal 30)
    R Not in use
    Fuse colours
    Blue 5A
    Green 30A
    Red 10A
    Yellow 20A

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