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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: my service engine light came
normally when a fuse blows there's a reason for it,, more often than not when it involves a circuit that has more than one thing and you replace something and it works again, its best to just bite the bullet and leave well enough alone, I know that the 275.00 hit hurts, but depending on the miles already on your car ,, it was going to have to be done sooner or later. If you factor in what the labor would have cost you, and the time it would take to change the 2 pumps out again, ( plus the down time you'd have when the pump dies again) your better off enjoying the working vehicle and letting it slide
Posted on Aug 19, 2011
Check for 12V on both sides of that 15A fuel pump fuse. The fuel pump relay is ahead of that fuse and it is controlled by the engine controls system. The PPL/BLK wire from the fuse is connected to the powertrain control module (PCM) When the fuel pump relay operates, 12V also passes through the 3A PCM memory fuse (check it) and is applied to the PCM. In addition, there is an inertia fuel shutoff switch (IFS) connected to the PCM and it may have cut off the fuel supply.
Posted on Sep 14, 2012
SOURCE: 1995 Neon. new fuel pump. I'll be driving, engine just dies out of nowhere. Try the key 2 no avail. Pop hood, pull fuel pump fuse, put fuel pump fuse back in, starts right up, dies again shortly after
Either the relay is bad or a short in the circuit. The first thing I would do is replace the relay
Posted on Jun 27, 2016
There are two fuses for the fuel pump relay. One fuse is load side of relay, that fuse also sends voltage to load side of asd relay, the asd relay sends voltage to several systems, two of which are the fuel injectors and ignition coil. I'm not telling you to replace, anything, but, you need to do some testing.
The other fuse goes to control side of relay, smaller amp fuse. I don't know the amp rating of the fuse that keeps blowing.
See that fuse, it supplies voltage to load side of fuel pump relay and also to asd relay.
Posted on Oct 22, 2016
Testimonial: "also replaced ign.coil,wires and plugs.20 amp fuse"
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