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the fuel pump inertia switch is behind the passenger side kick panel on the floor. you should be able to reach it through a opening in the panel or try reaching it over the top of the panel press it to reset it then turn the key off and on several times first to build the fuel pressure up, then start the engine that should do it.

Posted on Oct 31, 2008

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SOURCE: where is fuel pump relay switch

It is usually under dash on passenger side.

Posted on May 07, 2009

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SOURCE: I need help locating the fuel pump relay switch

pop the hood look for a black box.should be in their

Posted on May 22, 2009

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SOURCE: fuel pump works relay were fix how many fuel pump

first you need to test your wires going back yo the fuel pump inorder to see if you have a bad wire or not.. does the fuel pump initilize upon turn ignition on . if yes then you need to chk possible spark issuie . if no initilize then test connector at the fuel pump and work your way back to the fuel relay swtch and if that tests out work your way back to ignition switch . ( s/b only 1 relay )

Posted on Jul 01, 2009

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SOURCE: Fuel pump constantly runs

sounds like you haven't got the right relay or the replacement has failed. pull one relay at a time and go back to the rear of the vehicle and listen for the pump. make sure the key is on when you do the test.

Posted on Sep 09, 2009

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A small but important part of your car's engine fuel delivery assembly, the fuel pump relay is an electrical component that controls the pump. Also known as a relay switch, this car part turns your fuel pump on and off when you start your vehicle and shut it off. Everytime you turn on your ignition, the relay switch lets the electrical current flow to the fuel pump. Once both the pump and your engine are running smoothly, the fuel pump relay automatically shuts off. The fuel pump will then be controlled by the oil pressure unit. In case your pump relay stops working, it's the oil pressure switch that will serve as a back-up power relay for the pump. Because the fuel pump relay is switched on everytime you turn on your ignition, you should hear a distinct sound (it could be like a whistling kettle or a blackboard being scraped) whenever you start your car. If you don't hear that distinct sound and your engine takes longer to crank up, you may have a problem with the relay switch. Fortunately, finding a compatible replacement relay for your vehicle is just a few clicks away at Auto Parts Warehouse. When you buy from our site, you can enjoy our free shipping services, low-price guarantee, and flexible payment options. So, if you need to replace your old relay switch for the fuel pump, buy one only from Auto Parts Warehouse!

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