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I need a fuel pump relay 87 2.9 4pin relay


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All shops serial numbers roll over to a new 5 pin relay that doesn't work please help
 


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Can you post a pic of the old one? I'm a visual person.
 

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I was able to find a new OEM relay on ebay but it did nothing ?? I still straight wire and drive to work could the smaller connections be bad and I have to replace the plug (the link you sent is the plug for the relay) I'm thinking about bypassing and putting a switch under the dash
 

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I'm sorry, electrical is not my strong suit. Hopefully someone else can help.
 

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I'm sure there is a fuse for the fuel, but I don't know which one.
Also, on the passenger side above your left foot under the rug there is a roll-over safety switch. It shuts the fuel off if triggered. There is a reset button on it but they do get weak. You can bypass it temporarily by pulling the connector and jumping the 2 wires. If jumping the wires doesn't fix it then the problem is somewhere else.
 

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