Question about 1997 Mercury Villager
Use a multimeter to make sure wire to fuel pump hot, if it is its the fuel pump failure. Also check voltage at relay if it has power, also replace fuse just in case.
Posted on May 02, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 1999 GMC Jimmy won't start.
firstly where is fuel pump relay as i have never seen a GMC jimmy sorry about that but have you ever seen a foden ?? well the first thing is to check the fuse,if fuse is ok which can be checked by looking at it as its transparent or a piece of wire with a light bulb .across the battery.to find the relay is easy if you dont know where it is,When this piece of americana decides to work just turn ignition on and listen for the click of relay ,then when it doesnt start listen for click again or rather an absence of a click,sounds more like a dodgy pump in the tank or the connections going to it.when it wont start try thumping the fuel tank with the ignition on and if it is a sticky pump you might hear it start then at least you will know where the fault is.Another fault that i have come across with relays is that where the relay is passing a heavy load then its possibe for the contacts to burn inside the relay.When this happens then if it is possible to seperate the relay cover and clean the contacts with a points file (remember them ) or a piece of fine emery paper if the cover breaks taking it apart then use a bit of black insulating tape to repair the cover.Thats assuming the pump is in the tank and not bolted to the chassis near the fuel tank but that design with external pump i havent seen on a europeon car for nearly 20yrs .
Posted on Nov 05, 2008
You can try to test the relay for function by swapping it with a known good working relay. If this does not work, you can put a jumper between the terminals that energize the pump (relay removed, ignition off). (On the Bosch Jetronic systems I used to work on, the pump would energize even with the ignition off). If there is still no sound, briefly turn the ignition on, and listen for the pump to energize. If you heard nothing, assume the pump is defective. I found most fuel pump problems and failures to occur in vehicles with 125,000 to 175,000 miles of use.
You may also try to check the Hall effect sensor ( a magnetic pulse detector that controls both spark and fuel flow) located within the distributor body (where the spark-plug wires attach to the distributor.
And finally, if that is good, check the ignition module within the distributor. It's a sealed transistorized circuit bolted to the inside of the distributor body with 5mm bolts.
Posted on Mar 26, 2009
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