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What is the location of the fuel pump relay and solenoid valve(overpressure switch)? Which of these is more likely to cause car to cut off while driving and not restart for nearly an hour?

Temporary power loss to fuel pump.

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Behing the ash tray. You are looking for rectangular relay on the left side. The first relay (on the left side) is a window relay. The one behind it is the fuel pump. The one behind it is circular (bulb failure sensor).

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