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Where is the fuel pump relay on a 1986 Nissan 300zx non turbo?


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2009-05-06 01:59:38
2009-05-06 01:59:38

There is not one, if the fuel pump kicks on and then goes off that means your relay switch is bad, located on the right side of the motor towards the front, if the pump comes on and you do not get enough pressure then your pump is bad, you do not need to start the car for this, just turn the key on. and just for your information this is a woman telling you this. Laura.. Well first of Laura you just described the fuel pressure regulator and not the the fuel pump relay. Second there is one in this car and it is behind the interior panel in the rear passenger side. You are looking for a little light blue plastic box


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