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Old 10-26-2009, 09:11 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Fuel Pump Relay location

Howdy just Swapped my BIG GMC 4x4 Gas drinker peice of crap for a nice 1992 4x4 yota
its got some rust ect.. But anyways what im wondering is when can i find the fuel pump relay ? pics would be best if possible ..
I suspect the fuel pump is shot i pulled the main gas line cranked the key and no pressure no gas pissin out ... Got spark no fuel ....
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The Circuit Opening Relay is above the pass side kick panel.
But IIRC you have to jump 2 of the pins in the test conector to check the fuel pump.
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hey right on thanks i will look there thanks
when you say IIRC? Do you mean the diagonistic box under my hood close to the black fuse box? If so which pins exactly..
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Heres the picture of the diagnostic box
Now which pins do i connect?
feel free to copy this image and use paint to show which pins i need to connect to test my fuel pump...

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Jump Fp and +B to turn the pump on.
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