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I need to know, on the fuse panel, I have two fuses that are not getting power, car will not start. The cover says that those two fuses are Relay (10) and Inject (15) but not sure what these fuses go to. Also, do not hear the fuel pump start when key is turned.

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  • michaelhe500 Apr 05, 2011

    The fuses are not blown, all are good, when I removed the fuse, and use a tester, it shows no power.

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Hi, the inject fuse runs the pump and injectors, and the relay fuse runs the main relay. Check the ECU A and B fuses in the engine compartment, as they may have blown thus preventing the relay from powering up.

I need to know, on the fuse panel, I have two - jturcotte_1484.gif

Posted on Apr 05, 2011

  • Jeffrey Turcotte
    Jeffrey Turcotte Apr 05, 2011

    The ECU A fuse is connected directly to the battery. If there is no power there, you have a bad cable from the battery to the relay box.

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23 20A* Engine control
24 15A* Air suspension
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