I primed it 3 or 4 times and she cranked right over, ran for about 10 secs at a super low rpm like 300-400rpm and shutdown. It has a fuel pump control module. If the vehicle starts, then replace them as a pair. In todays new period, all information about the progression of technology is extremely simple to obtain. You have to pull a plastic cover off to get to them.
Hope this helps y … ou. Remove The Cover You Will Find 3 Relays On One Side In A Row The Top One Will Be Next To A Relay The Same Size As The Others. I changed the fuel sending unit and that seemed to help a little, but now while driving it will shut down, and it's hard to start. The relay itself won't energize with out signal from computer, green wire, white tracer. The only relays I know of … on this vehicle are behind the dash panel just below the instrument cluster on the left. I recall seeing the answer on the web but can't remember which site. Hope this is what you were asking about.
I changed the fuel sending unit and that seemed to help a little, but now while driving it will shut down, and it's hard to start. I would … check the other components first before I start messing with the control module. If you do get it fixed, let me know because mine's broken too!!. Part 1 of troubleshooting Fuel Pump Relay : Part 2 of troubleshooting Fuel Pump : Switch Schematic:. You can get a range of news, ideas, content, all over the world within a few moments. I dumped fuel down it and she started right up.
As the fuel pump relay controls power to the fuel pump, any faults with it can cause issues with the fuel pump, which can cause drivability problems for the vehicle. The fuel pump itself is under the rear seat. I think its behind the right hand headlight, viewed from the front of the car. Remove the two-three plastic nuts that hold the plastic shroud in place, and remove the shroud. The Fuel Control Relay is the left relay and The Fuel Pump Relay is the right.
Engine Performance Diagnostics chapter 3 page 26 Symptoms - no start with good spark - no fuel pressure - no trouble codes Fix - repair wiring to the fuel new pump was wired backwards Tests shown - how to test a fuel pump relay in a power distribution box. I got this thing on the cheap damn near stole it because it wasn't starting. If the panel is not visible, check for a removable compartment door or trim panel which may be used on later models to hide the block. Gray wire carries voltage to pump when relay is energized. To test these relays, swap them and then try to start the vehicle, or blow the horn. I change mine twice a year, spring and fall.
Going to have the job done now. It said that it was located behind the dash. Want even more diagnostic training? It May Be At The Top Or Bottom. It seems that the new low sulfur diesel being sold now wears the seals out on the older pumps. The fuse location on the fuse panel is listed in the owners manual, On the 95 it is the third fuse down in the middle row. We sell wholesale to the public.
Remove the seat pull handles on back, take bolts out under front of rear seat. To test these relays, swap them and then try to start the vehicle, or blow the horn. I pull live problem vehicles directly into my classroom and we troubleshoot them in real time, using and applying the theory and testing procedures we learn during the classroom lectures. It has an excellent diagnostic and repair section as well as testing procedures and repairs for these engines. If that test works, unplug the relay and inspect the connection prongs for discoloration from overheating. Under the hood drivers side behind the battery.
This truck had a new fuel pump installed and still did not have fuel pressure. Red wire goes to terminal G at the datalink connector, already talked about that. The fuse and relay centers under the steering column are usually for things like turn signals, hazard lights and interior electronics. I know that on my 95 villager I have a dash mounted control box under the drivers legs. It seems that the new low sulfur diesel being sold now wears the seals out on the older pumps.
The Fuel Control Relay is the left relay and The Fuel Pump Relay is the right. I thinking its the relay but when I disconnect it all I can get from the connector is the constant 12v from the red wire with the ignition key on or off any other suggestions or am I right? If you do need to replace it… Hey Justin It is under the hood in the relay center. Okay, You can use it as your reference content only. Next, test for electrical current by performing a voltage check. Lift up the round black plastic cover. Randomly, the fuel pump would just cut out and I would be left stranded. Hope thise helps good luck! On the inner wing, theres 3 small black boxes.