Fuel pump not working

Asked by Aug 12, 2017 at 07:57 PM about the 1996 Toyota Tercel

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I have tested each socket for voltage  I have checked each relay for continuity I
have checked each wire associated with each socket and they have continuity I
have  checked each wire from fuel pump connector to its ending point I have
checked I belive all grounds I have checked sending wires for continuity and have
checked connector for voltage all checks out to be ok but the fuel pump will not
engage if I power pump straight off battery it will fire up I am missing something

5 Answers

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Have you got down under car and supplied 12V to make sure it is bad? Power Probe

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Relay?

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Wire rubbing up against frame or broken wire

4,420

Intermittent working relay? Weak relay

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Any green crusties under fuse box on fuel pump wires?

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