You can call the dealer and ask if they know where it is as far as checking it you should get someone to hold the relay and turn on the key but dont start it then turn it off do this several times and if the person holding it hears clicking or feels it switching on it should be good. On my '92 van it is on the firewall, just under the hood, near the center. I have not had a relay failure but I have had three fuel pump failures on my van. When you first turn the ignition on, before starting the engine, the relay will "click" on for a few seconds, then click off. If you pop the hood and have someone standing near it they will hear it click on and off. More importantly, if someone can be near the fuel tank when you do this they should hear the fuel pump briefly run for the same amount of time (it should sound like a faint humming sound). To really check it you would need to use a test light to see if 12V is getting to the fuel pump / relay in and out terminals. In general, the fuel pump will last longer if you keep a fair amount of fuel in the tank. Don't run the tank dry (or even nearly dry). I like to fuel up when the fuel guage drops to 1/4 tank. The fuel actually runs through the pump motor and cools it. If the tank level is too low and the gas sloshes to one side or another the pump will run dry. You probably won't notice it, but the pump can overheat and wear out or fail prematurely. Good Luck Richard Rea
I found that the fuel relay is the same number as some of the other relays such as the horn. You can check fuel relay by replacing in the horn relay if the horn works the relay is good.
switch it with a relay that works, like your horn relay or simulate the relay with fused jumper with 12 volts from your battery. 87 on your relay is your out to the fuel pump. putting 12 volts to the point of contact where 87 would be should start your fuel pump.
Double check that the battery works, then check if the engine works.
there are a few things that will cause this, relay or fuse to ac blown, if low on freon ac will not work. check and see if clutch on ac motor works. if not its the relay.
Yes, it should be going in the new 2014 Chevy Camaro z28.
Is there a check engine light or service engine soon light on? Always check fluid level first, but most problems with transmission are internal to the transmission. Some engine malfunctions can cause shift errors
AnswerCheck the wring harness for the right resistance AnswerYes it could be a relay - which is letter N in the engine compartment fusebox.See "Related Questions" below for more
You should be able to switch the relay with the horn relay and then check to see if the horn works.
4l60E or an r400 transmission
Check the resistor if it only works on high Check the resistor if it only works on high Check the resistor if it only works on high
The process of elimination works. If you have a check engine light, start there.
Double-check first by turning on the air conditioning. The fan should come on immediately. Use a volt light or multimeter and check that there is voltage on the switch (relay). On a 95 Chevy Cavalier, the relay is under the hood inside a black fusebox. The location is labeled "COOLING FAN" on top of the fuse box. The black cover pops off, and the relay can be unplugged easily. Pop out the relay and check the contacts it plugs into to see if there is voltage. There is a schematic on the side of the relay showing which pins (30, 85, 86, 87) do what. Make sure the fan works by shorting pins 30 and 87, where the relay switch would normally short. The fan should spin up. If it doesn't, then the problem is the fan. Otherwise it's a problem with the relay or the sensor?
When you turn the ignition key to the run position , just before starting your Explorer , the check engine light should come on for a few seconds to prove that the bulb works
An overload relay is fundamentally a board that protects the relay from overloads. It works on the science of being an AC inductor..
Maybe the temp gauge works, but there is a separate coolant temperature sensor for the engine control system, which includes the fans. Check it out.
you either dont have enough charge in your battery to turn the motor over, or your starter is bad. might also want to check your starter relay to see if it works.
A 5W-30 works in most climates.
Check radiator fan control relay.
The relays are located on the driver side inner fender... I heard that you can take the horn relay out and change it with the fuel pump relay and if the fuel pump works and horn doesnt then you know that it was the relay... Fuses are easy to check, just look at it, if it is broken then its the fuse.
I can not find the starter relay fuse on my caprice. I turn the key all the lights come on but that's it I checked the starter it works. no passkey light.
if it works intermittently, check the wiring/plug connections under the seat. If it never works, change the relay/ and or fuse. also check the plug behind the seat heater button on the door.
AnswerCheck the fuse first. If that is ok, then check the thermal relay. Follow the wiring from the fan backward and you will find the relay.More Info...Not for absolute sure, but confident the Engine Coolant Temperature sensor feeds both the gauge and the cooling fans on a 3.8 engine.See "Related Questions" below for more about finding the ECT
could be either,check connections
The relays for the different systems are all the same. Pull one of the other relays....say for the A/C and swap it. If your fuel pump now works......it's the relay.