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Voltage reading at the quick disconnect from the electrical harness to the fuel pump is 7.5V Where is the location of the fuel pump relay in a 1996 Mazda MX6?

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2008-02-25 06:10:50
2008-02-25 06:10:50

listen....all voltage at the fuel pump needs to be 12 volts. period. u may have 7.25 to 7.5 volts reading at the fuel level gauge sending unit. all pumps require 12 volts to operate

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