Question about 1987 Toyota Corolla 2 Door
added by a91rsinvegas: check the other fuel pump fuse, small black box near the battery connected by and orange wire. Fuse is inside the box.
You'll also want to check the relay. Just because it's new doesn't neccesarily mean it's working. The fuse is an easy fix but not always the problem. Feel the relay while you have someone else turn the car on (not crank) you should feel the relay click to prime the fuel pump. If it doesn't click. The relay isn't coming on. Have your relay checked to make sure it's good. It's not impossible to get a bum part from a parts store, especially if it's autozone or advanced auto parts. They have given me two bad relays, one bad fuel pump, 3 bad alternators and 2 bad O2 sensors. If the relay checks out good, there is a wire going to the relay that should be consistent. Usually orange or red. Check that wire for voltage with the car off, if it isn't getting any, then your problems lies in the wiring, connector, or another problem entirely.
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