swap it with another relay.
Correct answer is to check the engines ECU.
Swapping relays is the easiest way to check. I'm not sure what is meant by "the correct way" as stated above. A DVOM is used to check the resistance, such as recommended on a Mitsubishi; Same with Ford that states it should be between 40 and 120 Ohms bteween partular pins and over 10,000 on others. GMs can be commanded with a scan tool to run, but isn't an effective way to check it. They recommend a jumper and test light procedure. Therfore, " the correct way" depends on what you have, and you would need to BClear.
check fuel pump fuse..
Check the fuel pump relay
Check the fuel pump fuse and the fuel pump relay.
You should check the fuel pump fuse to make sure is not blown. If the fuse is good the fuel pump relay may be defective. It is always simpler to replace the fuse and the relay before removing the fuel pump.
Swap the relay with a known good relay.
Check the fuel pump, fuel pump wiring, fuel pump relay and fuel pump fuse.
check for voltage back where the hot wire connects to the fuel pump. also check groundwire off fuel pump. check fuel pump fuse / check fuel pump relay.
Check the fuel pump relay.
check the fuse and change the fuel pump relay.
Check the fuel pump relay and fuse.
The relays are located on the driver side inner fender... I heard that you can take the horn relay out and change it with the fuel pump relay and if the fuel pump works and horn doesnt then you know that it was the relay... Fuses are easy to check, just look at it, if it is broken then its the fuse.
Check fuse no 6. 20Amp located under the seat that is the fuel pump relay fuse. also check the function of the fuel pump relay itself.
Check the fuel pump fuse & relay.
Check fuel pump 20amp fuse in engine compartment fuse box, this feeds power to the fuel pump relay.
Check your fuel pump relay and fuse
Check to make sure that the pump is getting power to the Neon fuel pump. Check the pump relay, and the pump fuses.
Chevy did not use them on there trucks. Check fuel pump pressure, fuel pump FUSE and FUEL pump relay.
Check the electrical plug at the fuel pump for melt-down damage. Check the inertia fuel pump shut down switch. Check the fuse. Check the relay.
GM vehicles do not have a fuel pump inertia switch. There is nothing to reset. Check the fuse and fuel pump relay.
check the relay first,and then the fuses if this does not work the fuel pump will most likely need replaced
check ur lines and see if they are kinked or broken Also check the fuel pump fuse and fuel pump relay.
Check the fuse, check the relay, check the wiring especially at the fuel pump. If all that checks good, replace the pump.
Check there is power to the fuel pump via the connector at the tank. Check fuel pump relay and fuses related to this. Or if there is a fuel cutout switch on this somehwere. If not, then need a fuel pump.
A 2005 PT Cruiser does have a fuel pump relay. They have a fuel pump relay rather than a fuel pump switch. The fuel pump relay is located in the fuse box.