Yes. If the relay has aged the holding coil could become week or intermittent. However, it is more likely that you have a loose connection in the relay control circuit or the contacts on the relay are worn. Also check the wires going to the inertial fuel cutoff switch. This could also be a source of strange behavior. The fuel pump or it power circuit could also be the problem. Good luck!
Yes, a defective relay will prevent the pump from running.
Sounds like a bad relay. Have a friend, or shp check it for you.
Fuel pump relay is stuck. Replace it.
Relay is stuck.
A bad abs relay would cause this.
Yes,, the fuel pump fuse and also the fuel pump relay. Both should be under the hood.
There is a relay for the lamps. It's either shorted out or there may be a bad fuse causing this problem also.
there is a relay under the hood that should disconnect the daytime running lights
Fuel pressure regulator, or a stuck relay.
Depends on which relay, some can. The asd relay can, the wiper relay can't.
change the flasher relay
That all depends on what type of relay that you are running. The things that are concentrated on the most are hand-offs and starting running when they are behind you while still not running out of room.