What happens if fuel pump fuse is blown?
The fuel pump fuse is responsible for providing power to the fuel pump. If this fuse blows, it will not be able to provide power to the fuel pump, which will then prevent the car from starting.
How much does a fuel pump relay fuse cost?
A fuel pump relay will typically cost about $25 for the part, and a mechanic may charge a minimum of an hour’s worth of labor to replace it. The vehicle not starting may be a fuel pump or relay along with other possible ignition problems.
How much does it cost to replace a fuel pump relay?
On average, you can expect to pay about $130 to replace a fuel pump relay. The typical price range is between $90 on the low end and $180 on the high end. Some higher-end cars may cost upwards of $200+ to replace a fuel pump relay. Generally speaking, fuel pump relay costs are cheap compared to other car repairs.
Where is fuse for fuel pump?
In most car models, the fuel pump relay is located in a fuse box somewhere under your dashboard, but it can also be located in the fuse box in the engine bay. The engine’s or the dashboard fuse box is usually a long black box containing a fuel pump relay and various other fuses and relays.
What size fuse does a fuel pump use?
The typical 308 fuse value for a carb type fuel pump (which might draw 2~3A current) is 8A. On the injected 308, the fuel pump (which is a completely different style pump) runs at much higher pressure (~80 psi vs ~5 psi) so the typical current (~10A) and fuse (16A) are higher.
Where is the fuel pump relay fuse located?
How do I know if my fuel pump fuse is bad?
How to tell if fuel pump relay is bad (6 Signs)
- Check Engine Light (CEL) Illuminated.
- High Mileage.
- Long Starting Time.
- Engine Performance Issues – Stalling, Idling, Acceleration, Not Starting.
- Car dies while driving.
- Silent Fuel Pump Noise.
- Park the car in safe and level ground.
Can I use a 20 amp fuse instead of 15 in a car?
If you overload it with more than 20 Amp, you will need to replace the 20 Amp fuse. If you have removed the offending device that pushed the current draw too high, you should get another 20 Amp fuse in there. Unless you reduce the current draw even more, a 15 Amp fuse is going to fry.