fuel pump relay is located behind the ashtray and fuse box, in the relay panel. its white. u simply pull it out and push the new 1 in.
inside the trunk
inside the fuel tank
n.a. fuse relay only.
That is the Fuel Injector relay and not the Fuel Pump relay. it's located in the fuse box (engine compatment)you will have to remove a cover once it's opened it's the relay # 103(it's a green relay).
The fuel pump relay is located on the radiator support bracket on the passenger side of the vehicle. It is the center relay.
It's located behind the ash tray in the fuse box.
It's a green relay located under the left (driver's) side of the dash
The fuel pump reset switch in a 1994 Volvo 940 is located under the hood. The relay will be in the fuse box.
it is located on the fire wall under the hood on passangers side. under a plastic cover that says fuel pump relay.
Fuel Injection Relay is relay E on the fuse block behind the ash tray Radio Supression Relay (What a name for a fuel pump relay) on top of the right fender by the coolant tank.
The fuel pump relay is located under the hood, drivers side, in fuse box. Its orange, and has number 103 on top of it. easy to replace.
change the fuel pump relay! It'll be located behind the ashtray in the fusebox.Google Volvo relays to see it
under the hood of the car unscrew the fuse box and your relays are underneath there, i changed my fuel pump relay last year pretty quickly its relay 103
GM vehicles do not have an inertia fuel cut off switch.
the black box on the left side of the trunk
The Fuel Pump relay is not located under the seat. It is located on the passenger side, under dash, above blower motor, mounted on firewall.
The fuel pump is controlled via the Automatic Shutdown Relay. This relay is located on the front fender, driver's side, behind the battery. It's the smallest relay in the group. hope this helps!
If the relay is not supplying power to the fuel pump, then no fuel to the motor. No fuel - no power.
It is the Volvo fuel injection relay . It provides the ground path for the fuel injectors. According to info I found, Volvo 1323592-1 is used as a cooling fan relay and as a noise suppression relay.
Under the drivers side dash
fuel relays & fuel pressor
Underneath your hood, behind the passenger side headlight, behind the core support, is a bank of 2-8 relays. One of those relays is the relay needed for your fuel pump. There will also be a fuel pump relay fuse located there.