Question about Hyundai Elantra
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To test fuel pump. first, the earing test. have someone turn the ignition on while you keep an open ear to hear the whinning sound of the pump. turn the key on and off a few times to make sure. if no sound is found, locate and test fuel pump relay/fuse. any local part store has the tester for relay or you can use a test light for the fuses with ignition on and test the resistance of the relay between posts, a multimeter is a good choice to test vehicle's relays and fuses. if the fuse/relay is established to be good, your pump might be at fault but check your wiring close to the tank by shaking them with the ignition on but not runnig the engine. if your finally hear the pump, it's broken/loose wires to fix, if not, have fun, you got a pump to change. estimated 3-4 hours to do at home
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