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Try replacing the fuel pump relay

Posted on Jul 29, 2010

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I am giving away my 1997 subaru outback, but it has 3/4 tank left of gas and I want to take it out. I have a mechanical pump and tygon tubing, so I have the tools to do it fairly safely and easily. I...


Hi, baffles were added to all gas fill pipe designs many years ago to discourage fuel theft. The easiest way to empty the tank is by using the fuel pump. Disconnect a fuel hose at the engine and guide the hose into a gas can. Then turn on the key to run the fuel pump. Let me know if you have more questions, and thanks for using FixYa.

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Trying to find the location of the fuel pump relay in a 1997 4cyc outback looked under driverside dash but didnt find it


most fuel pump relays are located in the main fuse box,under the hood. look for a black box on the drivers side,or passenger side fenderwell under the hood. lift cover off and look on underside of the fuse box lid for location of the fuel pump relay and main engine fuse.hope this helps and thank you for choosing fixya.com

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Where is the fuel pump located on the subaru outback wagon?


You should have an access panel under rear seat or in cargo area. on passenger side. here is a replacement procedure

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  1. Release fuel pressure.
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  1. Disconnect fuel delivery hose (1) and return hose (2).
  2. Disconnect jet pump hose (3).
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  1. Remove nuts which install fuel pump assembly on to fuel tank.
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  1. Take off fuel pump from fuel tank .
INSPECTION

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Connect lead harness to connector terminal of fuel pump, and apply battery power supply to check whether the pump operates.

WARNING:

  • Wipe off the fuel completely.
  • Keep Battery as far apart from fuel pump as possible.
  • Be sure to turn the battery supply "on" and "off" on the battery side.
  • Do not run fuel pump for a long time under non-load condition .
INSTALLATION
Installation is in the reverse order of removal. Do the following:


  1. Always use new gaskets.
  2. Ensure sealing portion is free from fuel or foreign particles before installation.
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  1. Tighten nuts in numerical sequence shown to specified torque.
Tightening Torque: 4.4 ±1.5 N.m (3.3 ±1.1 ft-lb)

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My subaru 1997 wont start no fuel going in the engine o energy for fuel pump i think is my fuel relay but i dont know the location of it and i need to know the location of the computer


first check fuel pressure, guages sold at local auto store run $30-$50.. but it is a quick hook up and sorts out alot of maybe'sss.

if in fact there is no pressure you are likely correct in looking at a relay or the pump itself.. relay should be labelled with all the other in hood compartment..

whereas, the fuel pump is likely in the tank, so drop the tank, and replace.. they go for about $100 for a rebuilt.. don't forget to also change the fuel filter.. Subaru put the filter easily located in engine compartment.

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Three3walkers

Jan 27, 2010 | 1997 Subaru Legacy

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