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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: car stops running
Have you had your fuel tank flushed there may be small piece of grit that is clogging the fuel pump, after sitting over night, The pressure now released comes loose only to reappear later, If this is happening more as tank near empty This is most likely the problem Had a similar issue with my 89' 300TE and she's still going strong after 360,000 miles
Posted on Jul 13, 2009
The relays are located in the fuse box which is ob the left hand side in the engine compartment. The relays are a standard item at any auto store so no need to get them from the stealer. The actual relay and fuse are dictated by which fan they belong to ie the ac fans or the cabin heater fan.Usually the relay is not the problem but the fuse or the contacts of the relay or fuse.So before spending any money you canin some case fix it jus t by inserting or removing. The will clean the contacts and away it goes. If the relay is gone then they are about $12 but you should replace the fuse at the same time even if good as it will probably have been stressed and may pop at a lower than rated value.
Posted on Jul 14, 2012
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