Is this car still under warranty? Have it taken to the dealer.
Not much help, Tim. Who neeeds an answer like that!?!
I'll tell you what does NOT seem to work.....
You need 3 things to fire an engine; 1)sufficient, combustible fuel 2)oxygen 3)properly timed spark
I know I have the oxygen and spark since my engine runs with other fuel sources introduced (starting fluid.) I then confirmed the gasoline in the tank is good (bled off enough to try in the lawn mower.) After checking the fuel pump (checked good) for consistent/proper pressure & volume, I replaced the fuel pressure unit and ignition control module. I then installed new fuel injectors. I've been on this for 2 weeks now and am hundreds of dollars in the hole. Every web search brings me yet another solution to try (EGR valve, O2 sensor, "hydro-lock" in the cylinders, on-and-on.) When I do finally take it to the dealer I am sure I will be charged for his time spent double-checking my efforts. So......
Tim might not be helpful; unless you want to save time, money and avoid a little humiliation. Good luck!
Where do u install a relay flasher on a 2002 olds alero
where is the fuse and relay for the power windows on a 2002 Oldsmobile alero
Do you have your terminology right....The injector relay would be the computer right??? The fuel pump relay could cause that problem!!!! good luck and let me know
It could be that the connector wire broke in the rear. It happened to me.
The relay panel on the 2000 Oldsmobile Alero is under the steering column and above the brake pedal. The relay pops out with a screwdriver.
Where id the fuel injector relay located on a 1992 toyota camery 4 cylender
check the injector, may be under the intake.
pulls out like a fuse
Injector relay failed
There are several things that could cause is. The fuel pump itself might be defective. It may also be that you have a blown fuel pump fuse or the fuel pump relay is defective. Another possibility is a clogged fuel filter.
The 2001 Alero (probably the 2004 as well) has the horn relay in the black fuse/relay box under the hood close to the fire wall at the driver side. There is a thumb screw on top and when you open the lid it shows a list of fuses and relays. The horn relay is #21.
you can remove the horn relay in the fuse box.
under the hood, in the fuse box
it is in the hazard switch. take middle vent out and you can get to it
maybe its the fuel injector...or perhaps the line to the fuel injector...clogged or dirty.
a relay is used, so that a small amount of current can control a large amount of current. in the case of fuel injectors, there is not a large amount of current, therefore, there is no fuel injector relay.
the hazard and turn signal are both in the same relay
the flasher relay is part of your 4way flasher button there should be a recall if its not working correctly
The 1987 Honda Accord fuel relay switch is attached to the fuel injector pump. The fuel injector pump can be located on the top of the engine near the back.
FROM THE BATTERY
Could be lots of things; try checking the spark plugs and plug wires or try checking the air filter(there could be a blockage of the air ventelation system ) or could be the fuel pump, fuel injector, or relay fuse could be burnt or the fuel lines could be clogged. Motor T Mechanic- USMC
It is relay 18 in the Engine Compartment Fuse Block. Page 6-59 in the owners manual.
Driver side, against the firewall
on the fire wall under relay center this is the fuel pump fuse injector fuse is in the fuse block injector a if any at all what is the problem any whay.