take a elc tester and test the wires that are going to the pump if there is no power then you need to check the fuse and realy agan if there is still know power then you need to look at the wires and see if there is a damaged wire some were. if there is power and you here the pump tern on then check the fule line to see if it is pushing fule there might be a cap on you fule rail on top of the motor push if in just like if you were letting the air out of your tire if no fule and you here the fule pump tern on pull the fule line apart right by the fule filter then check if there is alot of fule coming out when you turn the key on. if so then you filtter might be cloged. if you don't here the pump come on and there is power in the wires you might have a bad pump or were the wires go in to the pump might be lose. try this i think it might help also you might want to just pull the box of your truck i find that it is esayer then taking the tank down and trying to put it back up
have you checked the fuel pump relay
how to fix wiper relay Chevy silverado 03
check for power at the fuel pump assy wire plug on top or near fuel tank check fuses I'd guess if all the wiring checked out that the fuel pump itself was bad
In your steering colume you have what is called a clock spring it is probably worn usually between 75,000 and 100,000.
The starter relay on a 1994 Chevy Silverado is mounted on the starter. The starter and relay are usually changed as a single unit.
We don't know what relay you are referring to. Check your thermostat and radiator fan. Fluch out your cooling system.
The horn relay on a 1989 Chevy Silverado is located on the passenger side of the engine compartment. It is way back on the firewall with several other relay switches.
All Bulbs were replaced. fuses all checked, relay switch new and flasher, Also when the relay switch is in it gets really hot. Any suggestions
I would go to the high beam switch next (test not replace)
The starter relay on that 99 Silverado is located in the under hood power distribution center.
check the relay first,and then the fuses if this does not work the fuel pump will most likely need replaced
The relay could be bad, but more than likely the motor has died. The relay would still click, but nothing would happen.
fuel pump relay location
On a 2004 Chevrolet Silverado in regards to a relay for the torque converter. After very intense research I cannot find anything that says it has a relay. I have never heard of any vehicle having a torque converter relay.
I have a 97 but yours may be the same. There is a blower motor resistor. Remove cowl & & wiper arms & it is under there on pass side up toward fire wall. Have you checked the fuses?
You didn't mention if you checked/tested the low beam headlamps or not.
The 1989 Chevy Silverado pickup truck window wiper relay switch can be found on the firewall in the engine compartment. The relay switch will be on the passenger side of the firewall.
The Fuel Pump relay. Fuse's
Relay, yes. Reset switch, no.Relay, yes. Reset switch, no.
The neutral safety relay switch was bad. Replaced it and works fine.
Look at the relay for the flashers, that should fix your problem.
Have you checked to see if your 12V dc relay under the hook is working properly?
If you have power to the plug, and the relay is is replaced, did you check the GROUND?
resistor needs to be replaced it is under the glove box by the cabin filter remove the black round box you will see it
Under the hood, drivers side, in the fuse/relay center.