were is the relay switch for the fule pump located on a 2000 chevy cavalier

donmontgomery
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Asked by donmontgomery May 25, 2012 at 09:18 PM about the 2000 Chevrolet Cavalier Base

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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trip65
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The fuel pump relay should be along the fire wall,you really need a repair manual to determine which one it is , or look for the one with a heavy purple wire . If you are doing this because your fuel pump isn't working ,it's most likely the fuel pump is no good. did you do a voltage test to the pump ?

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John Saffrahn
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NOT on the firewall there is a power distribution block under the Hood. I'm pretty sure its on the drivers side wheel well. when you pull the cover off there is a sticker in the cover with the layout of all the fuses and relays and each one is marked accordingly

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TiffanyEdwards
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do i need to go to a mechianc to see what wrong i look for reset button in the truck didn't see no purple wire

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