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Should be in the engine compartment relay box

Posted on Oct 03, 2010


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SOURCE: fuel pump relay switch.

the fuel pump inertia switch is behind the passenger side kick panel on the floor. you should be able to reach it through a opening in the panel or try reaching it over the top of the panel press it to reset it then turn the key off and on several times first to build the fuel pressure up, then start the engine that should do it.

Posted on Oct 31, 2008

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The relay is more than likely in the fuse box under your hood.

I would check that box first, then the inside one.

I think it's in the battery box, I know in the older models it was there, number 301.

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SOURCE: Fuel Pump Relay Switch

Underneath your hood, behind the passenger side headlight, behind the core support, is a bank of 2-8 relays. One of those relays is the relay needed for your fuel pump. There will also be a fuel pump relay fuse located there. The relay designation should be on the cover of the relay compartment.

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SOURCE: fuel pump relay

Located under the steering wheel. The fuse should be #28 and the relay will have 167 or 409 on it. Here is a link to a wire diagram for the TT

Posted on Feb 06, 2009

SOURCE: Where is the location of the fuel pump relay

Did it run fine prior to replacing the alt and battery? Check over where you have been working,sometimes things get bumped/disconnected. Fuel pump shut-off switch is in one of the kick panels near the inside of the doors. Reach up over the top of the kick panel. The pump relay are near the battery. What happens on this model too,is the heater leaks on the computer,which is under the heater core.The coolant/water shorts it out.

Posted on Oct 08, 2009

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