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.
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.
where is the daytime running light relay located on a 2002 chevy cavalier
change the flasher relay
If the pump is running the relay is good.
To stop running the DRL daytime running lights in the 2005 Toyota Echo the headlight relay needs to be modified. The DRL module on the relay needs to be cut and relay inserted into the harness.
I am presently having the same problem on my '97 sunfire. According to the wiring diagram, the daytime running lights are actually just the highbeams running in series. For whatever reason, I don't have a driver side high beam either. I assumed it was the relay, but I might be mistaken. Where is the darn relay located anyway? the relay is in the fuse box inside the car on the drivers side door panel
The fuel pump in a 94 Lumina should not be running with the relay removed. The relay could be mislabeled, as the fuel pump is still getting power through a relay.
The fan will run continuously if the A/C is on or the heater is set to Defrost. If that is not the case then either the thermal relay for the fan is stuck closed or the engine is running hot.
Police Relay running
what is the meaning of ac relay and dc relay EDIT: a DC relay is simply a coil and core that pulls on an armature. An AC relay usually needs a shaded-pole core (couple of copper loops) to prevent the armature from vibrating at 60 cycles or so. The core, also, is laminated steel like a transformer; so is the armature to help contain the magnetic field. You should not substitute a DC rated relay for an AC , but the reverse should be ok, if voltage and current ratings are the same.
Is your fuel pump running? Turn the ignition on without starting the engine. You should hear the pump run for a few seconds. If not, then check the fuel pump fuse and relay. If it is running and no fuel, replace the fuel filter. If the fuse and relay are good, and the pump is not running, the pump is bad.
Fuel pump relay, horn relay, daytime running lights relay and if there is a fourth, power door lock relay.
If the AC is on constantly, the fan will be on constantly. If that's not it, it mught be the fan relay or the temperature sensor.
Relay contacts welded together
BAD fuel pump relay.