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Just stopped running has gas I think it's the fuel pump or relay maybe a fuse problem is I have no cover to show me the fuse diagram

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Turn the ignition key to the on position and listen for the fuel pump to run at least for 5 seconds. If heard running replace the fuel pump relay
Fuses are easy to check. You may as well check all of them to make sure all are good

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2000 olds siluette fuel pump not functioning,replaced fuel pump,tested relays,still dont hear it pumping. suggestions????


Do you have a multi-meter or test light?
There is a fuel pump fuse, in the fuse/relay distribution box, did you check that? That fuse and the fuel pump relay would have a "hot at all times" designation. Use the test light to see if the fuse has power at it. Next move to the FPR, pull it out and check for power. One of the relay terminals (it is #30 designation on the relay) would also be hot at all times (this terminal is coming directly from the fuse). Use the test light to check for that.
Look at the relay: on the side is a descriptor, or a diagram showing the relay terminals usage: #30 is the power feed, #87 is the feed on to the gas tank to the fuel pump. The other two terminals are the "coil side" of relay, #85 and #86, the coil side is what turns the relay on (from a signal from the pcm) and lets power pass to the pump.
If you have power at the relay terminal, you can take a short jumper wire and jump terminal 30 with 87. this will check the wiring circuit- it will send power on to the pump, and it should start working. If pump does not work, check for power on the gray wire at the gas tank connector. If no power, (and you still have the relay jumpered) then you have a bad wire from relay to the gas tank. If there is power on the gray pump wire, but still no pump when it is connected, then possibly the ground on your car for the pump is bad, or you maybe got a defective pump. Not likely, but it has happened before.
Now if you can jumper the relay and turn the pump on, we are down to the problem: apparently the coil side of your relay is not working-not turning the relay on, because of a missing signal from the pcm, or because the ground for the coil side is bad, or maybe just a bad relay.

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I have a 2004 Daytona 600. It's been sitting for several years. I changed the battery, oil, gas, and spark plugs but it still won't start. Engine turns but don't know of it's not getting gas or fuel.


You should hear the pump in the gas tank turn on for 2 seconds when you turn the key to on, not start. A buzz or hum from the tank area? If yes, the pump is supposed to put enough pressure in the line to the engine and the injectors for the car to start. Maybe not enough pressure if it won't start. Change the fuel filter and try again. If no help, maybe a weak, tired pump. You will need the fuel pressure checked to compare to specs for your model . Autozone and others rent or loan fuel pressure testers.

If no noise from the pump, check the fuel pump fuse, under the hood in the power distribution center or fuse/relay box. In that same place is the fuel pump relay. Locate the pump relay from a diagram on the fuse/relay cover. Hold your finger lightly on this pump relay while someone cycles the ignition key from off to on. If the pump circuit is working right, you should feel the relay click. That should send power to the fuel pump to turn it on for that 2 second period. If you feel it click and the fuse is good, possibly the pump or the pump's ground wire is faulty. If you don't feel the relay click with key turned to on, the fuel pump circuit will have to be diagnosed. Good luck with your project. Let me know how you progress.

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Yea im not getting power in the 2,3,4,5,6 position in the underdash fuse box and im also getting no power in the 2 relays witch i think or in the hi beam and low beam place in the engine car not getting...


The only power in the inertia switch is when the fuel pump wire has power-and only when the pump is demanded to run-during the initial pressurizing of fuel lines (for about 2 seconds) when key is turned to ON, during cranking, and during running of the engine.
Power to the fuse block will come from the power distribution box-the fuse/relay block-under the hood. Check all your maxi fuses. One of them will supply power to the fuses, or if not them, then there will be a fusible link just off the battery that distributes power to various circuits, including the fuse box. But first check the maxi fuses. Same for the relays: the power feed for them will also be a power distributor- a maxi fuse or fusible link.
If a wiring diagram would help you, register for free at autozone.com, listing make, model, year, and engine size. Car specific wiring diagrams and repair procedures are then available to you. Look under repair guides, may have to look around for wiring diagrams, sometimes under chassis electrical,
sometimes a stand alone entry, but it's there. Also a component location guide-it may show where or what those two relays are. The wiring diagram may show, should show, how power gets directed to the fuse box. Good luck.

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Where is the fuel pump relay on a 2003 kia sorento?


The fuel pump relay for this 2003 Kia Sorento is located insdie the engine compartment fuse box, open the hood locate fuse box and the relay is there, the fuse box cover should have listing of the location of the relay.

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I have a 2001 Chevy Blazer, I have a full gas tank that's leaking fuel. I want to pump out the gas by using the fuel pump. Where can I hook up a positive feed that's easily accessable to turn on...


The easiest (and least invasive) way to do that would be to remove the fuel pump relay and jumper the connections to make the fuel pump run. One connector at the fuel pump relay should be hot at all times (without the key on). Jumper this connector to the connector that goes to the fuel pump. The connector that goes to the fuel pump will be the connector that is opposite DIAGONALLY from the wire that is hot at all times.

The fuel pump relay is located in the underhood fuse block mounted on the left fender apron. The diagram inside the fuse box lid will show you which one it is.

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Fuel pump runs when turned off the fuel pump relay what does it look like


the fuel pump relay is normally a black colored relay, located in your fuse / relay box, check for this under your hood located in a black box, on the drivers side. check on the inside cover, it should show a diagram of where the relay is located in the box, hope that this has been very helpful to you.

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Try replacing the fuel pump relay located in the fuse box that sits in the engine bay. There should be a diagram on the under side of the cover to help you find which relay it is.

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No power to the fuel pump


well actually there are 2 things that can cause this.. I'll list them both and the fix,,

1.) fuse.. There are 1 / 2 fuses that protect the fuel pump.. The first is the in fuse panel under the hood. Under the fuse panel cover is a diagram showing which fuse is which.. Simply replace that fuse..
the second fuse if any (some vehicles have them) is in the kick panel under the dash board. Just like the fuse box under the hood, the cover has a diagram showing which fuse is which .. simply replace it..

2.) the second most common problem is the relay.. There are 2 locations that the relay will be ,, The first is in the fuse panel under the hood. look at the diagram to determine the fuel pump relay and change it.. The second location id under the dashboard.. Locate the cars computer under the dash,, and you will notice 4 - 5 wires connecting to a relay box,, thats the pump relay,, simply open the box and replace the relay..

Now if both thge above isnt your problem the relay is controlled by the ignition switch (tumbler), now what happens is this trips the relay to tun on the pump,, The switch may be shorting or damaged or the wires fallen off,, replace the switch,, (this is a very rare issue)..

good luck..

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If i knew what year make model car it was i could help better. But usually they are under the hood in a fuse relay box.take the cover off and flip it over. Some have a diagram of what fuse/relay controls what.

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