Fuel pump not power

Asked by Aug 03, 2016 at 07:19 PM about the 2012 Toyota Camry SE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I park my car night  the next morning don't start, I
check is not power go to the fuel pump?

10 Answers

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Did you check the fuel pump fuse? I believe it's a 20amp on that car

1,280

How did you check for "power" to the fuel pump?

Regular test light

I don't where is the fuse too

1,565

The fuse/relay is under the hood

1,280

What Engine is in this vehicle?

2,020

Jorman...did you ever find a fix for your vehicle

1 of 1 people found this helpful.

4 cilinder, not still down

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OK...for years the relay for the fuel pump on a Toyota is called the "Circuit Opening Relay" This relay is controlled by another relay...the EFI Relay. Both of these relays are fused. A 10amp Ignition fuse. A 10amp EFI fuse #3. A 10amp EFI #2 Fuse. Where are these fuses and relays? Start by checking under the Hood.

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Jorman.....any luck finding theses fuses/relays? Hopefully you found a fix for this vehicle.

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