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Where is the fuel pump relay on my '94 Volvo 850?

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Hi, The fuel pump relay for your Volvo is located in the engine compartment. The fuse and relay box on the drivers side by the windshield. The fuel pump relay is in the back ron of relays and the 3rd one in from the left. If you look inside the cover for the fuse box there is most likely a listing of the fuses and relays. Good Luck

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