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I seem to remember that there was a relay for the fuel pump. Remover the wires from the fuel pump. Install a lower rating fuse and see if it. Lows. If it does the. There is a problem with the fuel pump relay or you have a short circuit in your wiring. The. You will. Red a diagram to chase that down. Note rays tend to go open circuit on the co instead of shorting out. If the fuse that is. Lowing is on the power side of the relay whe. The pump is disconnected the. You have a wiring short. If it does not blow with the pump disconnected, it is your pump getting ready to go to the big tank in the sky. Good luck
Check your PCV valve. Its the device that provides ventilation to the
crankcase and valve covers. If its clogged or non functional it will
cause the engine to **** or blow air from an area with less resistance,
which is probably the filler cap. As its blowing air out of the engine
it will shoot a little bit of oil with it
suprisingly, these are still available new, from volvo,as rebuilding them is NOT reccommended(unless you have specialist tools)you could get "exchange" units from a specialist supplier.(in the UK)chances are the pistons are rusted causing them to stick,you may be able to polish them up?
Check for vacuum leaks,pull off your intake hose and look for small cracks,also go to the rear of car and listen for you intank fuel pump,needs to making an humming sound,no sound or intermediate this can be your problem.
The clicking you hear is probably the fuel relay. You should pull it and have it tested. If you have time to wait for delivery, order a new one if the old one is bad from IPDUSA.com. They are much cheaper than the dealer, even with shipping charges. Or, go to to a pick and pull yard and find one that will work. To get to the fuel relay, pull the glove box and follow the noise.