Where is the fuel pump relay

Asked by Feb 19, 2016 at 08:21 PM about the 2007 Toyota Camry LE

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I believe this relay is called out by Toyota as a C/OPN (Circuit Opening Relay). It's location I believe has been moved inside the vehicle on the left side under the dash. It is apparently "integrated" with other relays. The plug in wiring harness sometimes goes bad and a wire breaks feeding 12v to the relay in question. Interestingly...NAPA has a replacement harness. A 10mm bolt hold the various sections of this Fuse/Relay box together. I seem to remember you need to remove this bolt and drop the "box" to inspect the wires. Not really a job for the inexperienced DIY'er I assume your vehicle will crank over properly but will not fire up??.

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