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1993 Acura Integra fuel pump relay...

I have been told to replace my fuel pump relay but am not sure exactly where it is if it realy has one and if it does what does it look like? Are there any picture or diagrams of this?

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If you know how to solder stuff, you don't even have to replace it. I re-soldered mine and it works perfectly now. I have horribly shaky hands, too - the contact points are huge so you don't have to be very good at soldering. =) Save yourself some money! Here's a nice big guide:

http://techauto.awardspace.com/acurarelay.html

Posted on Sep 12, 2008

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The exact location is underneath the dash driver side. It is a big brown relay and you can't miss it. I had to replace mine because sometimes my car would not start specially when it's really hot.

Posted on Aug 10, 2008

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Hmm try the main relay under the dash, a pretty good sized relay that bolts under the driver's side dash, or there is a fuse located by the kicker panel fuses.

Posted on Aug 07, 2008

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