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Trying to find ignition relay module , 93 tracker, will crank but no spark, was suggested ignition relay is bad, just can't find the darn thing. sometimes no power/ just loud clicking noise under dash,

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  • tigerchick01 May 15, 2009

    my tracker does the same thing. it cranks but will not turn over. i've replaced both fuel filter and pump but no change. i've also tried jumping it and still nothing.



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This is a common and serious problem with tracker/sidekick.

there are 3 solutions1:
ecu is bad and over loads the power feed.
fuel pump shorting and overloading feed.
one of the other solenoids , doing this same thing.

send me email link and i can send you a schematic but
its here anywhy.

and now your answer the main relay is clipped directly to the
bottom of the ECU on a bracket.
one has a green socket (fuel pump relay ) and next to that is MAIN.
come back.

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