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Old 06-10-2011, 08:25 AM   #11
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Well i cannot locate the relay on the digramns i looked at so id just take it off and go into the parts store and they can replace it via the numbers on the top of it
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I'm still sticking with crankshaft position sensor.
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Sence you have the relay clicking and dash lights flashing you can use these things like a tool, turn key ON, and wigel dance the wireing, listen for the relay clicking, the light flashing, feel for a warm spot also.(resistance)

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Okay checked all connections again still all good. Today I did take the relay from under hood to check it stopped to watch wwe raw and went back out after with my girlfriends key to make sure it'* not the chip in my key, turned the power on and the clicking started sounded like from under pass side like normal when I realized that the relay I took out was still in my house so it was something else ticking so I think it is 2 relays or a fuse making the noise I will put the relay back in tomorrow and check fusebox under pass side to see if it'* coming from both hope it is coming from under dash fuse panel to I have diagram for them and will be able to isolate the problem area then
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Sounds like your getting closer. Keep us updated.
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Okay checked all connections again still all good. Today I did take the relay from under hood to check it stopped to watch wwe raw and went back out after with my girlfriends key to make sure it'* not the chip in my key, turned the power on and the clicking started sounded like from under pass side like normal when I realized that the relay I took out was still in my house so it was something else ticking so I think it is 2 relays or a fuse making the noise I will put the relay back in tomorrow and check fusebox under pass side to see if it'* coming from both hope it is coming from under dash fuse panel to I have diagram for them and will be able to isolate the problem area then
If you can get the clicking noise constantly, pull fuze'* 1 at a time until it stops, then you know what circut it is, re-install fuze to confirm!
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Okay it turns out to be two relays clicking the one in the pass side relay/fuse center is a fuel pump relay so I thinking so is the one in the engine compartment so would I be safe to think fuel pump or computer.
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okay I tried a test to see what would happen first I ran a wire from fuel pump test wire by battery to pos of batt and the fuel pump would run as long as I had the wire touching so I started the car it ran a few seconds then died. also noticed when the two relays are clicking the pump seems to be clicking to in sync does this sound like the pump is cutting on and off causeing the relays to do the same
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okay I tried a test to see what would happen first I ran a wire from fuel pump test wire by battery to pos of batt and the fuel pump would run as long as I had the wire touching so I started the car it ran a few seconds then died. also noticed when the two relays are clicking the pump seems to be clicking to in sync does this sound like the pump is cutting on and off causeing the relays to do the same
update Forgot to ask do the relays power the pump or does it go to pump first then relays
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The relay powers the pump.
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