Location of fuel pump relay on 1999 chrysler 300m
In the engine compartment on the driver's side is a black box right in front of the overflow container. There are two thumb activated locks on the side of it. Open the box and set the lid upside down and look at the schematic. It matches the layout of the fuses and relays you're looking at. the topmost relay (a tiny black box) is the relay you asked about. Read the cover to be sure. It can be carefully pulled out and replaced by simply matching the prongs to the socket and pressing it back in. If this relay is faulty the engine will crank but not allow fuel to enter the engine. There is ALSO a fuse for the fuel pump, and it is located on the driver's side dashboard as you open the door. It is a "D" shaped panel that pops off the end of the dashboard. The fuel pump fuse is right in the middle of the panel on a raised platfom. The schematic is also on the inside of the "D" shaped panel you just took off. If the car is "Dead" and won't crank, it is likely the fuse is blown. Pull the fuse out and see if it is burned out. If it is, this could spell a larger problem with your electric fuel pump- which is a whole 'nuther story.
Nov 17, 2011 |
1999 Chrysler 300M