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2005 toyota corolla. no problems yesterday..this morning it was dead. I can jump it and it turns over but it won't stay running. doesn't seem to be getting any fuel. Which fuse could be causing this problem? Where is it located and which one is it? Trying to eliminate all other problems before replacing fuel pump. thanks

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Fuel Pump-(test for current at the fuel pump using a multimeter or test light while cranking) Removal & Installation To Remove:

  1. Before servicing the vehicle, refer to the precautions at the beginning of this section.
  2. Relieve fuel system pressure.
  3. Disconnect the battery ground cable.
  4. Remove the rear seat cushion.
  5. Remove the rear floor service cover mounting screws and remove the cover (except '02-'04). 2005 toyota corolla. no problems - toy_car_cor-02-04fuelpump2.gif

  6. Remove the butyl tape and remove the floor service cover ('02-'04).
  7. Remove the fuel pump vapor pressure sensor electrical connector ('02-'04).
  8. Remove the fuel line U-clip and remove the fuel line from the fuel pump module.
  9. Squeeze the fuel vent line retainer and remove the vent line from the fuel pump module.

  10. Remove the 8 fuel pump module retainer ring mounting screws and remove the retainer ring ('02-'04).
  11. Remove the fuel pump module retainer using special tool 09808- 14020 or equivalent (except '02-'04).
  12. Remove the fuel pump module.
To Install:
  1. Install a new O-ring on the fuel tank.
  2. Install the fuel pump module into the fuel tank.
  3. Use the following procedure to install the fuel pump module retainer ring (except '02-'04). Fuel pump module installation

    1. Align the notch in the fuel tank with the tab in the module.
    2. Matchmark a new retainer with the fuel tank.
    3. Using the special tool install and tighten the retainer ring 2 revolutions.
  4. Use the following procedure to install the fuel tank module retainer ring ('02-'04).
    1. Install the retainer ring on the fuel pump module.
    2. Fasten the retainer with the 8 mounting screws. Tighten 53 in lb (6 Nm).
  5. Install the vent line to the pipe until the fuel vent line connector clicks into place.
  6. Install the fuel line with the U-clip.
  7. Install the fuel pump vapor pressure sensor electrical connector ('02-'04).
  8. Install the floor service cover with butyl tape ('02-'04).
  9. Install and secure the rear floor service cover with the mounting screws (except '02-'04).
  10. Install the rear seat cushion.
  11. Connect the battery ground cable.
  12. Check for fuel leaks.
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