Question about 1995 GMC Safari
Located under the hood you will see a relay box(plastic) unclip the cover and walla should be listed as to what fuse/relay is what on the inside of the cover, generally there are more then one of the same relay's which makes testing it a breeze...just remove the twin relay and put it in the fuel pump relay connector to see if the pump works.
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Posted on Aug 16, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: fuel relay located 1995 safari
For CMFI/CSFI vehicles, the fuel pump relay is normally found in the convenience center, located under the center of the dashboard.
If a problem is suspected, first check for loose electrical connections; no other service is possible, except replacement.
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See Figure 1
Fig. 1: Common fuel pump relay mounting-CMFI/CSFI vehicles
Posted on Nov 08, 2008
SOURCE: 1994 gmc safari
Sounds like your Passlock security system went into the tamper mode. If your dashboard security light blinks when the ignition is turned on, your Passlock security system is disabling the injector module, preventing the car from start. Try this:
1- turn the ignition on and just touch the starter, without getting the motor to fire, then leave the ignition in the "on" position. The security light will blink for about 10 minutes. When the light stops blinking, turn the ignition off and leave off for 3 minutes.
2-repeat the step #1, 3 or 4 times. You will know that is fixed when you turn the ignition on and the security light does not blink, then the car will start. Make sure to stay inside the car when you're doing this, as opening the doors will trip the security tamper mode on again. Once the tamper mode is off, the car starts and opening the doors will not trip the Passlock tamper mode.
Posted on Feb 25, 2009
I don't have the whole solution, but I do know that my fuel pump is in side the gas tank on my GMC Safari. Hope that helps!
Posted on May 08, 2009
Try this. Check the fuel inertia switch. Should be locatedi n the rear in a pane, fuel tank side and not far from the fuel tank. If you have an owners manual, it's instructions are in there.l. Pull to reset. Good luck -Ned-
Posted on Sep 19, 2009
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