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92 chevy corsica relay switch location to fix lack of fuel to the engine


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rawqstorm
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Jul 27, 2008, 12:04 PM

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92 chevy corsica relay switch location to fix lack of fuel to the engine Sign In

I found where the relay switches are on my 92 chevy corsica. On the passenger side in front of the strut tower. There are 4 of them. three laying on the bottom of a bracket and one on top. I need to know which of these is the fuel pump relay so I can change it out without having to change out the entire set of relays. My fuel pump may be burned out but i want to work on the relays before I dig in and drop the fuel tank >< .


DanD
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Jul 28, 2008, 4:56 AM

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Re: 92 chevy corsica relay switch location to fix lack of fuel to the engine Sign In

The pump relay will have five wires to it; I think if I tell you what they are and what they do, you should be able to find it & test it.
- Dark green; ECM (computer) control, the ECM turns relay on and off by applying power to the relay’s pull-in coil.
- Black/white; ground for the relay pull-in coil, bolted to the left lower front of engine
- Orange; battery power feed, 20 amp in-line fuse, coming from battery junction box
- Gray; fuel pump power feed; Power from orange wire is connected to gray when relay is energized
- Red; fuel pump prime/test, if power is applied to this wire (with jumper wire) and everything is “normal” the fuel pump should run.

Dan.

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(This post was edited by DanD on Jul 28, 2008, 4:58 AM)




92 chevy corsica relay switch location to fix lack of fuel to the engine


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