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Q:How can I test the relay to see if it is bad before I buy one? I have a multimeter to test continuity and resistance.
A:Test the relay incoming voltage using a multimeter or test light, to make sure it is receiving power. Turn the ignition key on or start the engine if necessary to activate the particular circuit you are testing. If there is voltage unplug the relay from its harness. Use your multimeter to check for continuity between the power relay terminals. There should be no continuity. If there is continuity, replace the relay.
Q:I was told that i have a fuel pump relay on my 1986 toyota Celica GTS Sport, but the only relay I can find is the marked for my EFI Main Relay in the main relay box under the hood. Can you tell me if that is the one for my fuel pump too.
A:That should be the relay for your fuel pump as well.
Q:I wanted to check the relay for my fuel pump 2000 mit sport and I was told it is on the passenger side. I cant not find it? was I told wrong.
A:Look for a black box that has a removable lid. The relay will be located in there. Should be pretty accesible from under the hood.
Q:I need a fuel pump relay, but I don't know witch one it is in fuse box. can you tell me the one I need to replace? will buy as soon as I know. Thank You.
A:Your fuse box covers should tell you which relay is for the fuel pump. Look at the covers to see where your relay is for the fuel pump for your specific vehicle.