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Author Subject: Fuel pump relay location
shimmy

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Post #1
Does anyone know?

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Posted 11th Nov 2010 at 13:54
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Pretty sure it's usually found attached to the back of the battery box?
Posted 11th Nov 2010 at 15:29
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Bolted to back of ECU/ battery box! Thumbs up

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Posted 11th Nov 2010 at 18:32
shimmy

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Thanks chaps, bit of a short first post, using a mates phone that is impossible to work.

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Posted 12th Nov 2010 at 04:10
adam b

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You've got two relays the same in your car now One runs the fuel, the other the coilpack iirc. If you aren't getting power to the fuel pump its either:

1. immobiliser issue, but shouldn't be as you've got an unlocked ecu

2. you've blown the ecu up

3. dodgy wiring

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Posted 14th Nov 2010 at 22:59
shimmy

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I think the fuel pump is working.

Was idling for a few minutes then conked out and now won't start again.

What else could it be?

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Posted 15th Nov 2010 at 01:06
adam b

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Coilpack. Crank sensor....?

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Posted 15th Nov 2010 at 01:32
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run out of fuel? LOL

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Posted 15th Nov 2010 at 01:35
shimmy

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Well, the light was on so it went to the petrol station and had 15 of the finest LOL . Then 10 minutes later nothing.

Okay il investigate anything else. Didnt you have new coilpack on yours?

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Posted 15th Nov 2010 at 02:00
shimmy

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Think its been narrowed down to the crank sensor, any idea of price of a new one?

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Posted 15th Nov 2010 at 03:42
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15 odd from GSF.

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Posted 15th Nov 2010 at 14:58
shimmy

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Just bought one from my local auto parts place, be there 1.30ish 19 so not bad. Whats the canister thing attached behind the tb?

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Posted 15th Nov 2010 at 17:49
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idle valve LOL

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Posted 15th Nov 2010 at 17:54
shimmy

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Changed the crank sensor and still wont go, any other ideas?

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Posted 18th Nov 2010 at 17:20
adam b

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What ECU are you using?

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Posted 18th Nov 2010 at 19:14
shimmy

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Post #16
Yours, i have an unlocked one aswel, tried that and still nothing?

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Posted 18th Nov 2010 at 19:39

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