Table of Contents
- 1 Where is the fuel pump relay switch located?
- 2 Where is the fuel pump control module located?
- 3 How do you reset a fuel pump control module?
- 4 How do I know if my fuel relay is bad?
- 5 What are the signs of a bad fuel pump relay?
- 6 Where is the fuel relay reset button?
- 7 When does the fuel pump relay switch off?
- 8 Where are the relays located in an engine?
Where is the fuel pump relay switch located?
In most car models, the fuel pump relay is located in a fuse box somewhere under your dashboard, but it can also be located in the fuse box in the engine bay. The engine’s or the dashboard fuse box is usually a long black box containing a fuel pump relay and various other fuses and relays.
Where is the fuel pump control module located?
The fuel pump control module is located behind the trim of the right side of the trunk area, or behind the right rear seat.
Where is the fuel pump reset button?
Look for the fuel pump switch or inertia switch. This is a small box with a plastic button on top and an electrical connector at the bottom. On some vehicle models, this will be located in the luggage compartment. Look on a side panel for a small, round button which you can pry off with a small screwdriver.
Where is the reset button for fuel pump?
How do you reset a fuel pump control module?
How to Reset a Fuel Pump Shut Off Switch
- Locate your car’s inertial trigger or airbag control module.
- Push the button on the inertial switch; it should be clearly marked as the fuel pump reset, and may be in a contrasting color to the case.
How do I know if my fuel relay is bad?
Here are the symptoms of a bad or failing fuel pump relay
- Engine stalls. One of the first symptoms of an issue with the fuel pump relay is an engine that suddenly stalls.
- Engine does not start. Another symptom of a faulty fuel pump relay is an engine that does not start.
- No noise from the fuel pump.
What fuse controls the fuel pump?
Replacing Fuel Pump Fuse Most fuel pumps will run a 15 (Blue) 20 (Yellow) or 25 (Clear) amp fuse. Using a fuse that’s too small will cause the fuse to blow again. This is a normal condition as the fuse isn’t rated for the higher amps of a fuel pump circuit.
How do I know if my fuel pump or relay is bad?
What are the signs of a bad fuel pump relay?
How to tell if fuel pump relay is bad (6 Signs)
- Check Engine Light (CEL) Illuminated. In most cases, the primary symptom is a check engine light.
- High Mileage.
- Long Starting Time.
- Engine Performance Issues – Stalling, Idling, Acceleration, Not Starting.
- Car dies while driving.
- Silent Fuel Pump Noise.
On some vehicle models, this will be located in the luggage compartment. Look on a side panel for a small, round button which you can pry off with a small screwdriver. Through this access hole you will be able to see the reset button on top of the inertia switch.
Where is “my” fuel pump relay?
Most fuel-pump relay units are located under the dashboard near the steering column. In some cases, the unit is located in the area where the steering column is mounted or near the engine’s firewall.
Where is gas pump located?
The end of the fuel pump relay is typically located near the center of the floorboard, under the carpet in the front section of the passenger’s or driver’s side footwell.
When does the fuel pump relay switch off?
When the ignition signal stops, the fuel-pump relay switches the pump off. Problems with the ignition and starting the vehicle often can be traced to the condition of the fuel-pump relay. The fuel-pump relay is a small unit, typically enclosed in a plastic case.
Where are the relays located in an engine?
Two relays are located inside the fuel-injection system; one of them is responsible for turning the ignition on without turning over the engine, and the other is responsible for turning on when the engine turns.