Can someone tell me why my car just stopped running now I turn the key but it sound like it about to start but doesn't. I was told it could be fuel pump relay. But where is the fuel pump relay located

Asked by Apr 07, 2015 at 07:10 AM about the 1995 Toyota Celica ST Hatchback

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

The car has been good for me up
until the last time it shut down.

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If not under the hood in the fuse box, it may be in the same location as the 1994. You have to either remove the radio or the center console to access the relay.

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Um you have to tell me more. Same place as 1994, where is that. I'm no real mechanic, but I try. Lol so can you give me that bit of info please


You will have to remove your arm console and all he plastic up to your radio. There should be 2 bolts in the bottom of your arm console. Lift the lid and look in the bottom. Remove those first. Then it's pretty much clips and maybe some screws around the base. Here's a pic that should give you some idea of where things are located. The relay you are looking for should be under the radio to the left. You will have to get a flat screw driver and pry the face plate from around your shifter as well. I have done it several times on my 95 Camry.

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