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1998 land rover discovery. Fuel pump recently replaced, but now pump does not shut off after 5 sec when it should when engine is started. any suggestions?

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    Try fuel pump relay could be sticking


    There are 2 relays located in
    the RH footwell area behind the ’A’ post trim panel.


    The fuel injection relays can be identified as follows:


    A. Fuel pump relay - Blue base

    B. Main relay - Black base



    The relay i think a 30amp relay 4 pin

    hope it helps in some way enjoy

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The fuel pump must run constantly while the engine is running.There is a return for excess fuel back to the tank.

Posted on Nov 28, 2008

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