I bet your tempo keeps stalling like it is running out of gas. I thought my fuel pump went bad, so after I replaced it sometimes it would work and sometimes it wouldn't. So I thought the problem was with the fuel pump relay, ahh! but where is it located? I checked under the dash, inside the drivers side front wheel well, I looked for it pretty much through out the entire car with not much luck. After studying some wiring schematics I had found, I finally solved the case. The fuel pump relay is located and part of the "BODY CONTROL MODULE" after I replaced it with one that I had gotten from a salvage yard (for about $60) I haven't had a problem with it since.(knock on wood). The body control module is about 6"X4"x2" and black with a long connector on it with lots of wires. It is mounted to an iron bracket which is bolted to the drivers side strut mount under the hood not far from the battery. I hope this answers your question. PS the autopart store did sell me a relay that they insisted was a replacement part. sorry no such luck.
we found the fuel control module for this vehicle we tapped it and the fuel pump started working so try this before replacing either the fuel pump relay or the control module
Where would I finf the relay switch on a 96 Grand Am?.
dependsummmm well it depends on which relay we are talking about where is the relay switch panel on the 1996 s-10 pickup located i need to replace the relay switch my horn son't blow when the engine is running but will blow when the engine is off it will blow strange i was told it neede to have a relay switch i have the switch but don't know where to install it any help? ThanksWhere did you get the switch? what relay did they tell you to replace?The horn relay is located in the relay center located in the glove compartment. The horn relay would be the second one from the left, the fist one being the fuel pump relay.
It could be the motor, switch, relay, corroded or dirty connector, damaged wire or blown fuse.
The fuel pump relay would be located in the power distribution box under the hood.
That would depend entirely on which relay you are referring to.
check the fuse box located under the hood should have black box located in relay & fuses one of them would be relay switch check manual for correct one
there is not exactly a flasher relay for this car. technically your hazard switch is the flasher relay. you can get this "hazard switch " for about $30 on gmpartsdirect.com. i had to replace mine last year and i was also under the impression that i needed a flasher relay since the turn signal would just stay on. I had to fudge around with hazard switch push it a few time for the signals to work. that is when i figured it out that hazard switch is the flasher relay. i hope this helps.
There is no relay...your turn signal /combo switch is bad...
In a 2001 Ford Taurus : In the Power Distribution Box ( which is " live " ) located in the front of the engine compartment near the battery ( # 30 is the fuel pump relay )
The turn indicator relay in an Audi TT is integrated with the hazard switch. To replace the relay you would need to replace the hazard switch.
My question is what relay are you asking about? There are several relays and at various places. Need to know type information. Would suggest rewording your question please with the relay you are looking for.
look in the trunk. if it has the relay button, it would prolly be on one of the sides, usually in a compartment. it would be a red button if im right. hope i helped
you can just use a toggle switch,,,you need a relay capable of the amps it takes for the starter.it would connect between the starter and the battery,then you would need a toggle switch preferably a momatary toggle switch to activate the relay.
The flasher is also the hazard switch located below the fan switch Cleaning the contacts would not fix the problem permenitly. Need to resolder the contacts for the coil.
The fuel pump relay is located in the rear fuse block. Open the trunk and look in the drivers side rear quarter area, the rear fuse block may be behind a panel. The relay would be number 37 and the fuel pump fuse is number 25.
Open up the fuse box under your hood. Look up which relay it is in your owners manual. Pull the relay out with your fingers (if its to tight, i use channel locks). Put the new relay in.
the relay switch maybe stickin
It could be a fuse, a relay the switch
it would be the fuel gauge relay or fuse located at or located in the vehicle.
The switch or the relay, check the cheapest, or simplest thing first, which could be the relay, but the symptom points more to the switch.
You may have a bad relay switch; the turn signal works thru the relay switch which is under the steering column; possibly in the dash
It would be in the relay box with the other relays.
Bad connection somewhere, switch, relay or ground.
heater fan blower motor is burn up not working need to replace it could also be a heater relay typically located on the fuse panel that needs replacing could also be the switch on the switch panel