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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Your vehicle's fuel pump relay is located on the relay center, behind the glove box, 2nd column of relays, 2nd one from the top.
Posted on May 23, 2009
SOURCE: I cannot figure out how
First things first. Do you have the the new relay? Second of all it is a quick and easy thing to change. The relay will be located under the hood of the car. It will either be on the left or right side of the engine. It will be a plastic rectangular shaped box. the top cover will come off and underneath the lid that you will be removing it will have a diagram to show you which relay is for the horn. Quite simple. Just check the diagram to find the correct relay, pull the old relay out, and insert the new one. Hope this helps. Happy motoring!!!
Posted on Dec 28, 2010
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Due to the fact that the starter demands an extremely high current there cannot be any fuse for it - the power goes directly from the battery to the starter. But there is a fuse for the command path: battery to key switch, from switch to the starter relay and from there to the starter. The starter relay is under the hood in a fuse box that runs along the bottom of the windshield wipers. Remove the main cover and you will see a group of smaller fuse box covers. Remove them and look inside, there will be labels to tell you which is which.
Posted on Feb 18, 2011
SOURCE: 95 Buick LeSabre 3.8 L
You can usually go by the wire colors. The fuel pump relay wires are pink, gray, black, and green with a white stripe. When troubleshooting a fuel pump that is not coming on, the relay is the best place to figure out why. You can pull the relay out and put a jumper wire from the battery to the terminal with the gray wire. If the pump runs, you know that isn't the problem. Then turn the key on and use a jumper between the terminals with the pink and gray wires. If this turns the pump on, you know the ignition switch is sending power to the relay, and the fuse is good. Pull that jumper out, but leave the key on. Push the relay back into the socket, but put a jumper from a ground point to the terminal with the black wire. If that turns the pump on, the ground wire is bad. If not, the PCM is not turning the relay on. Reasons for that may be a bad wire from the PCM, a passlock issue, or the PCM fuse/power wire.
Posted on Jun 14, 2011
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