check your relay for the cooling fan and fuelpump
Rear passenger fender well
I have had good success with this link.....it is for the 1987 quantum and shows the local of the fuel pump relay as well as most other electrical components. http://www.passat32b.hu/olvasnivalo/kezikonyvek/szervizhez/biztositektabla,%20vezetekeles%20passat%20angol%20Electrical_Component_Locator.pdfs
It has no relay.
That 92 GMC van doesn't have a relay for ignition. Power for the ignition is supplied from the ignition switch.
its near the battery and it is a black box with 2 wiring plugs underneath it.
in rear of glove box behind small cover
On a 2001 Mercury Cougar : In the Power Distribution Box ( which is " live " ) located in the engine compartment ( Relay " R 1 " is the fuel pump relay )
Yes, it could be either. It could also be ignition problems, plugged fuel filter or a long list of OTHER possible problems. Don't just throw parts at it in hopes that you find the problem. Investigate and figure out what's wrong before you buy any parts.
no such relay.
under the hood on the passenger side on the firewall behind a black plastic panel
The fuel pump relay located in the fuse/relay center under the hood.
Blown fuse, defective relay, loose or corroded wiring.Blown fuse, defective relay, loose or corroded wiring.
The relay is a device that typically uses low amperage 12 vdc electrical (control voltage) to switch a much higher amperage circuit (load voltage). In the case of an ignition relay, the key/ignition switch is not capable of handling the high amperage requirements of the engine components electrical draw, so a relay is run in the circuit and controlled with the keyswitch. The relay has an electromagnet (control) and a switch (load) inside, and the electromagnet moves the switch when the control is energized. You do not ALWAYS have to have a burned fuse to have a bad relay, the contacts on the switch can burn, or the wire in the electromagnet can open, both resulting in a non-functioning relay.
There won't be a relay for the ignition. You may have a "blown" fuse.
The ignition relay is under the air filter box on the right hand side
The fuel pump relay switch on a 1996 Infiniti Q45 isn't very hard to find or get to. If you go to your passenger side and remove the kick panel you will see the fuel pump relay.
a relay used in the starting of cars..randy niehoff
What year lesabre ... Are you referring to the starter relay? yes
where is the ignition relay on a 1994 280 sl
If you mean the ignition relay its in the drivers footwell behind the fust box. brown relay on top
The starter relay aka the starter solenoid is located under the hood by the starter.... the Ignition relay is located under the driverside dash behind the fuse panel.
no "reset switch" on these cars the powertrain control module controls the fuelpump via a relay