If you are positive that there is no power to the pump, then the problem should be fairly straight forward to find. You have already ruled out a defective control relay, but have you checked for loose or corroded connections? Examine all the connectors for evidence of corrosion or looseness. Test for the presence of battery voltage at the pump's positive terminal or wire, and check for a bad ground as well. Of course there is a fuse to check. See if voltage is getting to the fuse, the relay, etc. If all this checks out then you may have a bad ECU. Rare but does happen. One other possibility is a fuel cutoff inertia switch (If Equipped) that has been tripped. Good luck.
The turn signal relay and hazard relay may need to be replaced, see your dealer You may have a short.
no power to the relay, whats the point of a horn when the key is off?
Well, you may find several blogs explaining the same, but you should seek professionals from Power Advantage. This ensures quality services.
Although the relay seems good it is malfunctioning and needs to be replaced. Many times the inside will heat up and break connection or the outer connections may be corroded so clean them before you pay for a new relay to be sure.
Any high load device such a fan should be wired with a relay. A relay allows you to run minimal power from inside the car switched by the ignition to a relay under the hood.See related link
Depends whats wrong. Is there oil in the pump? Does the pump need to be replaced? If so, just remove the belt and change the pump.
The relay that locks the torque converter is probably stuck. You may need to have it replaced.
how do you get to the carborator and then whats the process to clean it.
What is a dissy. Do you mean Distributor?
There could be a switch that has gone bad in the headlight. The entire assembly will more then likely need to be replaced.
its one of the things people do to get the spirit going
Any number to the power of zero is always 1
Whats next to check on my 1990 Chevy 7.0 for fuel not getting to carb. I have replaced fuel filter and 10 amp fuse?
Dead short to ground in the clutch safety switch?
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I believe that you can switch the Horn Relay with the Fuel Pump Relay and if the horn no longer works and the Fuel Pump does then that relay went bad... try that, its a sure fire way to know whats wrong... If it checks out good it might be a Defective Fuel Pump.
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