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Where is the fuel pump fuse located on a 2009 Chevy Traverse


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The in-tank fuel pump is controlled with a fuel pump control module (FPCM). The engine control module (ECM) enables the FPCM and sends the desired fuel line pressure to the FPCM via GMLAN. The FPCM sends a pulse width modulated (PWM) voltage to the in-tank fuel pump allowing the fuel line pressure to be varied as commanded by the ECM. The high pressure fuel pump, fuel rail pressure, fuel injection timing, and injection duration are controlled by the ECM.

I would bet that the fuse isn't the problem ! Don't get me wrong , the fuse could be blown but fuse's don't blow for no reason . The fuel pump control module .

Video on youtube fuel pump control module diagnostic's .

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Hi well im assuming that this is something that has just started , the first thing you need to do is start at the basics, get under the truck and go to the fuel tank. try to access the fuel pump connector (4 wire connector on top of fuel tank) may be able to excess from area between the frame rail and tank on drivers side ,if that tank is a side mount tank. unplug this connector and try to install a fuse .. DONT INSTALL A LAGER FUSE THEN RECOMMENDED OR HARNESS DAMAGE MY AND WILL ACCUR . If the fuse stays intact u most probably have a shorted fuel pump

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It appears the vehicle is not getting any fuel. where is the fuel pump fuse and or the cut off switch.? the tank selector seems to b a problem as well, i think one of the tanks are bad... where can the...


you've got dual tanks? the selector switch may be bad,on the dash., check those 1st. remove the panel that switches the tank to tank,make sure that the connections good. switch to main tank and make sure that fuels in the main tank.if you have fuel in main tank,thats good. but keep in mind that you also have an electric fuel pump,located just under the driverside door frame.when you turn your key to 'on' position,do you hear that electric fuel pump humming for 10 to 15 seconds? been there and done that before. because you have 2 tanks it takes alot of fuel pressure to power your engine. when you turn your keyswitch 'on' do you hear the fuel pump humming? if not,then you can check the main fuse box under the hood. look for a square black box,usually on driverside fenderwell under the hood. lift cover off and check for blown fuses or bad relays. under the fuse cover you should see locations of relays and fuse locations. the #1problem{fuel related} with your year truck is a bad electric fuel pump. take my advice and replace the pump with the replacement pump recommended by advance auto,or nappa auto parts. or else dealer parts. autozone parts come from mexico[mostly] i hate to promote anyone autoparts,but learn by my own hard work replacing bad parts and by whats warranty and whats not.thank you for choosing fixya.com and feel free to choose your own parts store! i do however,promote fixya.com!!!!

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Ihave a 1991 honda civic hb and i think i"m having problems with my fuel pump .on this model can i get to the pump from the back seat of this vehicle or due i have to drop the gas tank. also whereis the...


you must remove the fuel tank. see procedure below.

The fuse and relay should be in the engine compartment relay box. Check fuses 2 and 14. The relay might be labeled PGM-FI

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The fuel pump is located in the fuel tank.
  1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.
  2. Relieve the fuel system pressure.
  3. Raise and safely support the vehicle.
  4. Remove the fuel tank drain bolt and drain the fuel into a suitable container.
  5. On Civic models (except CRX and Wagon) unplug the fuel pump electrical connector in the trunk. On CRX, remove the storage compartment and unplug the fuel pump electrical connector. On Civic Wagon, remove the rear seat and carefully disengage the fuel pump electrical harness.
  6. On Civic Wagon with 4WD, remove the driveshaft from the rear differential and the exhaust pipe and muffler.
  7. Remove the 2-way valve cover and fuel hose protector.
  8. Unbolt the fuel lines.
  9. Place a suitable support under the fuel tank.
  10. Remove the fuel tank strap nuts and let the straps hang.
  11. Remove the fuel tank.
  12. Remove the fuel pump mounting nuts and the fuel pump.

To install:
  1. Install the pump assembly into the tank and make sure the unit is properly sealed.
  2. Install the tank into the vehicle and tighten the strap nuts. Connect the hoses and wiring.
  3. On 4WD vehicles, connect the driveshaft and the exhaust system.
  4. Put about three gallons of fuel into the tank and test the system.

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if you do hear it then have the fuel filter checked for clogging/dirt contamination in the tank...drain flush tank replace fuel filter clean injectors with a flush madditive to a tank of fuel.
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I think the fuel pump is not working, do I have to drop the gas tank to replace?


Yes the fuel tank has to come out to replace the fuel pump.Easier if tank is 1/4 tank or lower.Before doing this make sure that your getting power to the fuel pump.If not check the fuses and the connector for the fuel pump.You can check for power with a test light.It will be the gray wire.Light should come on when the key is turned on.Will only stay on for 2 or 3 seconds unless you crank it.Hope this helps.Good luck.

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There are six fuse panels for an E39 BMW
Fuses F1 - F45, fuse panel 1, glove compartment. Twist white plastic retainers 90 degrees and pull down from top of glove compartment.
Fuse 31 (10 amp) protects fuel pump relay(K96)

Fuses F46 - F6, fuse panel 2, trunk located behind right side luggage compartment interior panel.
Fuse 54 (15 amp) protects fuel pump relay(K96)

Before I would do any of the following, I would check the above fuses and put a bottle of HEET into the fuel tank. Fuel filter changing is not hard, but it will take you about an hour.
The fuel pump is another story (BMW has a special spanner wrench(16 1 020) to remove and install the threaded collar.

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Drain fuel from inlet side of filter and check fuel for rust moisture or other contaminats.
Installation is reverse. When installing fuel filter, ensure fuel flow direction arrow points to front. Should have at least 5 liters of fuel in tank before restarting. The fuel pump will be damaged if run without fuel.
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