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Where can you find the electric fuel pump relay switch on a 1989 Mazda 626?

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2007-03-10 17:14:08
2007-03-10 17:14:08

if you have 2.2 fuel injected engine there is no relay in it wonder what type problem your having i have an 89 found relay circuit opening swith was my problem located on fuse box near bottom just plugs in mite be your trouble be more specific maybe i can answer better

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