Fuel Pump Relay

Asked by help12369 Dec 23, 2019 at 05:06 PM about the Toyota Camry

Question type: General

I need help where is the fuel pump relay located on a 2009 Toyota Camry .....
it's not behind the glove box.

thanks

3 Answers

26,500

Should be underhood left side fuse box. circuit opening relay. Hope the fuse box cover has a legend that tells you which fuse or relay is which and location.

Mark , no fuse box on the left side only right side.... I took the relays out that looked like the one i need ran those part numbers from Toyota and none came back to fuel pump relay..... driving me nuts trying to figure this out all afternoon.... thanks

21,320

The cop relay....FP relay.... is integrated into an electronic circuit board usually located under the dash. Suggest a call to Dealer for price of this part. Why are you replacing said relay?

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