I recently changed my head gaskets and exhaust gaskets but now that I put it all together it does not stay running, Do I have my firing order wrong ? Also can I have a picture of how the wires should be placed
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Hey James , It's in the under hood fuse box , F/PMP relay an there is a fuse F/PMP 15 amp.
Underhood Accessory Wiring Junction Block
Right side of the engine compartment, mounted to the strut tower
The PCM controls the fuel pump relay by supplying switched ignition voltage to the fuel pump relay coil. When the ignition switch is first turned On, the PCM energizes the fuel pump relay. The relay contacts close applying power to the fuel pump. The fuel pump relay will remain On as long as the engine is running or cranking and the PCM is receiving reference pulses. If no reference pulses are present, the PCM de-energizes the fuel pump relay within 2 seconds. With the engine stopped, the fuel pump can be turned On with a scan tool.
If the PCM detects a problem on the relay control circuit, DTC P0230 will set. Use this table if DTC P0230 is not set and a problem exists with the fuel pump!
You'll have to figure out if it is a fuel or ignition problem. Is the check engine light on ? Have you checked for trouble codes ? It could be a relay, the ignition module, coil, fuel pump, or a list of other things.
it will be in the trunk you may have to pull pack the liner to see it. it will be to the rear of the wheel wells.
it will be a black piece with a red button. press the button down to reset
there should be a dark green with yellow with and a pink with black wire at the inertia switch. the dark green is power from the relay and the pink is power to the pump. there will be another connector on the passenger side of the fuel tank. the wire color to the pump will change at this connector.
it is located under dash on passenger side probaly have to remove a shield to see it. if you lay on the passenger floor and look up under the dash you can see it. if it only works on high replace the blower resistor.