fuel pump not working

Asked by Jun 03, 2007 at 11:02 AM about the 1990 Toyota Camry

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

car not starting no fuel reaching the motor or up to the fuel filter

5 Answers

Hi Kumole! Your problem may not be the fuel pump. Here's a no-start troubleshooting guide to help you narrow down the possibilities. Hope it helps... Good luck! http://www.samarins.com/diagnose/index.html

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Hi Kumole, I agree it may not be your fuel pump. You can access the pump under your back seat, underneath the cloth under there. You will iummediately see the plug and the screws to open the little hatch. My 1986 Camry also has a problem with not getting any fuel and thought it was the fuel pump. turns out I keep blowing my efi fuse so i unplug the power wires to the fuel pump and it still keeps blowing the 51a efi fuse. So we have narrowed it down to being an electrical problem. We think it is a shortage or a bad relay. So do not instantly run out and think it is your fuel pump. If you are blowing fuses unplug the power wires to the fuel pump and try to crank the car if the fuse still blows then it is not a bad pump, if it does not blow then there is a shortage in the wires in your fuel pump. Hope this helps I will let you know exactly what the elctrical problem is in my car once we do a complete run down

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There was an error in the last answer the fuse I keep blowing is a 15a efi fuse

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