If the fuel pump relay is bad will my fuel pump still kick on?
every 3-4 months have to replace fuel pump. fuel pump comes on but will not start. almost did but died. gave up for the night. can anyone help me out if ya can.
Most of the time a sure sign of your fuel pump relay going bad is that your engine stalls out shortly after starting up. Another sign is that your vehicle refuses to start or you don't hear your pump kick on. When you replace your fuel pump you should almost always replace the wiring harness that goes with it so that they have the same "life expectancy". If you have been buying the cheaper brand fuel pumps you could try getting a better model, probably going to be more expensive but it will pay off in the long run if that is the problem. My first step would be to replace the relay because its cheaper, and maybe the wiring on the fuel pump too. Hope this answered some of your questions and gives you an idea of where to look
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