Changed fuel pump and the relay. Fuel pump will not kick on, so changed the relay again. Steel pump won't kick on. Is there a reset button? Or do I have to reset the relay, if so how would I do that?

Asked by Mar 16, 2014 at 12:46 AM about the 2002 Pontiac Montana

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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some cars have a inertia switch in the trunk and some at right kick panel up front to kill pump in an accident, with a reset, not sure on the Montana would have to research, sounds like you may have changed that for nothing get a Hanes manual at parts store that tells those common things maybe even a security issue holding it out

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check that you have power going to the pump- the wire should be hot- if not, trace it back to the battery using a wiring diagram- something is not flowing- there might be a "kill" relay that has just worn out-

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