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WONT START TURNS OVER BUT WONT START TRYING TO CHECK RELAY BUT DONT KNOW WHICH TERMINAL IS THE KEY AND THE FUEL PUMP CONNECTIONS. I THOUGHT I WOULD BYPASS THE RELAY TO SEE IF IT WAS THE RELAY INSTEAD OF THE FUEL PUMP FIRST. HAS ANYBODY GOT A DIAGRAM OF THIS.. TO TEST IT. ALSO HAS ANYBODY GOT A QUICK WAY TO PULL THE FUEL TANK TO GET THE FUEL PUMP OUT FASTER IF SO SEND DIRECTIONS.,.. THANK YOU DAVID

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People clame its the key that does this...try locking the doors and unlocking the doors then start it.....might have to re-program the key

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It just wont start i turn the key and there is nothing the fuel pump comes on but nothing else and i have tried everything i can think of. the only way to start it is by doing a rolling start.


Check signal wire from starter to either solenoid or start relay. Make sure signal wire is connected to starter properly. One side of the start relay leads to the starter the other to the ignition switch. Check sinal wire is connected. If so test signal wire w/ tester. Ohms setting. Test relay ohms setting. Relays usualy dont go bad. Test ignition switch w/ tester. DC voltage 12 volts or greater. Black terminal to neg or ground. Red terminal to ignition switch side of relay/solenoid. Turn ignition swich to start look for voltage reading. Depending on the vehicle it could be anywhere from 6 to 12 volts. If no voltage reading somthing has failed on the ignition switch side of relay. A relay is simalar to a fuse and will be housed w other fuses under the hood. Also all fuses should be checked. This can be done w the ohms setting on tester without removing the fuse. Look at the top of the fuse there are exposed points that allow the tip of each lead to contact the fuse. Only some fuses are like this. Remember signal wire or fuses this is probably going to be your problem.

Dec 06, 2015 | Cars & Trucks

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Replaced upper intake now car will crank but not start. starts when starting fluid is used in throttle body and I don't here fuel pump running when key is in on position


with someone trying to start the car hit the fuel tank and if it starts then the fuel pump is bad. also check to make sure all electrical connections were reconnected after the intake.

Mar 22, 2015 | 1998 Pontiac Bonneville

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Dont know which fuse operates fuel pump


) Unplug the main relay and then turn the key from off to ON(II).

2) Use a jumper wire or paperclip to jump terminal 1 to terminal 7 in the main relay plug. Does the fuel pump run?

3) Now use the jumper wire or paperclip to jump terminal 5 to terminal 7 in the main relay plug. Does the fuel pump run?


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Jan 05, 2014 | 1994 Honda Civic

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2003 gmc savanna, fuel pump wont work, installed new punp and ignition cylinder, turns over but wont start. I put the key to on position and let it sit for 15 min and still wont start


Check pwr to pump with test light while somebody turns key on and off, if pwr check ground from pump to frame, if no pwr check fuel pump relay

Nov 03, 2013 | 1999 Cadillac Eldorado

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Truck wont start


If you have no fuel pressure at the engine when key is on, the pump is not coming on. Check fuel pump fuse, check fuel pump relay (relay should click when key turned to on-put finger lightly on it and feel for click when someone turns key to on). If no click, signal from computer may be lost, ground for relay may be lost, or relay may be bad. If it clicks, wiring from relay to pump may have failed, or the relay's main power source may not be there at relay-find the fuse link or maxi-fuse that powers that relay. One terminal at relay should be hot at all times-can check for that with a test light.
If pump is working and you do have fuel pressure, you will need to check injector circuit. Post back if questions, or need further help.

May 25, 2013 | 1992 Dodge Dakota

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I replaced the turn signal switch and now it wont start. i can hear the fuel pump kick on. makes no sense


You said you hear the pump come on, then said fuel pump not running ???
Check the fuse for the pump, preferably with a test light to verify power is there. Key must be in on position. If the fuse is powered, feel for the fuel pump relay to click when you turn key to on. Put your finger on it while someone turns key to on. If it clicks, check for power at the tank connector on the pump wire, while the engine is cranked. If power there when cranking, the pump must have failed and needs replacing. If the relay clicked with key on, and no power at the pump wire at tank while cranking, then check wiring from relay to pump connector-the fuel wire may have broken.
If the relay doesn't click when key turned on, check for the power feed for the pump at the relay terminal. If the relay has power available to be transmitted to pump, then the relay's signal from the computer or the ground side of the relay's coil signal (from the computer) may need checked.
If the pump is working, and you have good pressure in the lines, check the injector circuit. Also a fused circuit, so check the fuse first. The injector should have a steady voltage signal to it with key on. The injector only has two wires, the power wire and the ground wire which goes to the computer. When the computer momentarily grounds the injector circuit, the injector "pulses", causing fuel to spray out the bottom.

Apr 15, 2013 | 1988 Ford F 150

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Hi have trouble locating fuel pump relay switch i think it may need new fuel pump but trying the cheapest way first when i turn key it turns over like it wants to start but will not start if u pour fuel...


the fuel pump has 2 fuses 1 in the engine compartment fuse box and 1 in the fuse box inside dash. Also the fuel pump relay is located in the glove box on the passenger side their is 3 relays in there. If you put your hand on the relays and turn the key to the on position you should feel it click and then you will know which one it is. If you do not feel it then this is likely your problem but check the 2 fuses first.

Feb 24, 2011 | 1997 Chevrolet S-10 Pickup

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