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2005 C50 will not start. Has battery power, throttle body energized, fuses check good. What is next step? Relay or Pump? Is there a way to energize the fuel pump to verify it's good?

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My next check would be the safety switches in the system- clutch and kickstand. But if you really want to check the fuel pump, you can remove the tank from the frame, disconnect the fuel line ( pinch that quick-release coupling HARD! ) and run a hose from the tank tube to a safe container. Turn on the key and note the volume in 30 seconds- I believe it should be about 15 ounces minimum, but mine put out nearly a half-gallon. You would need special gauges to test the pressure.

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If the fuse is good, the relay will have one "hot at all times" terminal. If your ecu (or pcm, whichever it is called) is working right, you can put your finger lightly on the relay, have a helper turn the key to "ON", and you should hear or feel the relay click, meaning it is energized and power should then be going to the pump. With key on, relay is energized by the ecu for 2 seconds to prime the line with gas. Then again relay is energized when the engine is cranking. Use a voltmeter and check for power at the pump with the engine cranking over. If no power, back to the relay for troubleshooting. But if there is power at the pump wire at the tank, and no fuel pump, then you almost certainly need to replace the pump.

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Show me a picture where the fuel pump relay is located on 1994 Acura Legend?


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Acura Coupes and Sedans 1994-2000 Repair Information

PGM-FI Main Relay

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This relay is located behind the dashboard's lower cover. It consists of two individual relays. One is energized whenever the ignition is ON , thus supplying battery voltage to the Powertrain Control Module (PCM). This relay also supplies voltage to the fuel injectors, and power to the second relay. The second relay is energized for two seconds, when the engine is turned ON , to power the fuel pump.
See Figure 1

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Fig. Fig. 1: Schematic of the PGM-FI relay
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If the engine starts and continues to run, the PGM-FI relay is working and does not need to be replaced.
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Fig. Fig. 2: PGM-FI relay terminal numbers

  1. Remove the relay.
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