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there is no reset button there is a circuit opening relay under the dash you can check it with an oms meter
behind the glove box. you must remove the glove box to access circuit opening relay. its the relay in the middle and should be green.
It is located bottom right corner of the fuse box. The fuse box is located yo the lower left of the steering wheel.
It's in the driver's side relay box behind the left kick panel. Small relay, you can google 2001 Corolla circuit opening relay to see a pic of it.
Under the dash, above computer. It's on a bracket that grounds to the wall. Toyota calls it a "circuit opening relay", not a fuel pump relay.
its called the "circuit opening relay" youll find it under the hood in the fuse block.
under the hood one of the black fuse boxes has a relay labeled "circuit opening relay" that's the one
Where is the fuse or relay transmission lever of Tacoma 2006
The 2004 Toyota Tacoma flasher relay fuse is located beneath the drivers side dashboard. The flasher relay fuse is actually a relay switch.
Under the hood in the fuse/relay center.
One is under the hood Labeled EFI. You can check it by swapping the horn relay to the side of it. Same relay. Hello. The circuit opening relay controls fuel pump circuit. When EFI main relay is energized, EFI main relay provides battery voltage to one side of circuit opening relay. Inspect this relay for fuel pump diagnosis. It is located at top corner of relay box, behind driver's side kick panel.
fuel pump relay is in fuse box under hood circuit opening relay is behind kick panel on passenger side
the relay is a black box that is located on a wire socket panel quite low (near the floor) on the left-side wall of the driver's cab, all the way front, near the clutch padel. The relay is on the very top of the panel. Looked for a little black relay. It just says "Relay, Toyota".
chiltons says it the number 23 relay in the fuse panel located under the hood near the drivers' side coil. i would like to know where the open circuit relay is myself lol
There is a fuel pump relay (or circuit opening relay) attached to the ECU (engine computer) located behind the dash.
There are several videos on You Tube which show in great detail, how to check a circuit opening relay on a 1992 Camry. If one has no experience with this, it might be a better idea to bring the vehicle to an accredited mechanic and enlist the help of a professional.
There is one flasher relay on the truck which controls both the turn signals and the hazard lights. It is located on the drivers side, under the dash, mounted behind the instrument cluster.
try hot start relay kit. it worked for me. eBay got it for 24 bucks and its easy to install.
up your butt and around the corner If I understand your question correctly, you are actually looking for what is known as the "Circuit Opening Relay", which may be located behind the glovebox, or in the main fuse box under the hood (look for the one that is labeled "C/OPN").
Take out your owners manual. Its the one hiding in your glove box =) Most likely its just a fuse, which are really inexpensive!
Not sure if it's same but on 1997 prism/corolla it is behind the radio in the center binnacle on the drivers side. I searched for five hours on Sunday. Called Toyota service today and got the answer. Took me about fifteen minutes to open dash and get to it.
basic circuit of electrical protective relay
Remote-Control Circuit. Any electrical circuit that controlsany other circuit through a relay or an equivalent device.
There are actually 2 relays in the fuel pump circuit. The EFI and the Open circuit relay. The EFI relay in on the right side in the engine compartment. Just behind the battery in the fuse box. It is usually marked on the top. The Open circuit relay is behind the glove box. You need to remove the glove box and then look in and to the right against the side wall. It is a tight fit and sometimes missed but it is there. Jonathn1 If this helped remember the test points. THanks