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Old December 1st, 2010, 09:51 AM
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95 RRC fuel pump relay location?

Cant find it for the life of me. I thought it was supposed to be under the front passenger seat but only seeing two yellow plastic ones there. Anyone know?
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Old December 1st, 2010, 11:19 AM
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Thanks Jeff. I found it. Didnt even know that kick panel existed.
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John, there are some more relays and such under the driver's side kick panel as well!
Don't know what they are for though! Yet!
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Yeah i found all those it was the kick panel i was missing. Still cant this damn thing to start. Replaced the pump, replaced the relays still not getting fuel. I hear the fuel pump when i first turn the key but not sure if it keeps running when im cranking though.
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No i havent. Its rusted and looks like a real pain to remove. Do they really go bad?
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Ok so i just went out there for a half hour and wrestled with the fittings and they wont budge. Im afraid ill twist the fuel line and rip it open. Is there a trick to get these things off?
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Ok so i cut off the fuel filter and installed one with barbs. Still wont start. Stumbles when I spray in ether like it wants to but still wont fire up. Any thoughts?
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Jeff I dont know if Im getting pressure at the rail but I do know the pump is running. I did cycle the interia switch. Its got a factory alarm but that isnt on. If the pump is running but Im not getting pressure what should i be looking for?
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Will do thank you.
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Yeah i found all those it was the kick panel i was missing. Still cant this damn thing to start. Replaced the pump, replaced the relays still not getting fuel. I hear the fuel pump when i first turn the key but not sure if it keeps running when im cranking though.
One morning I could not get mine started and I was getting the same thing, checked absolutly everything.... everything was good!
Finally gave up, it was towed and it turns out the same mechanisam inside the distributor that breaks if you tug on the rotor too hard just simply let go that morning!
I'll bet its in there, and check the coil because you may have a weak spark as well!

BTW, you could remove a couple of spark plugs after you crank for a bit to see if your getting them wet.

You must have some type of pressure unless this RR was submurgded under water where the lines or the fueltank got any kind of garbage in them.

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Yeah i found all those it was the kick panel i was missing. Still cant this damn thing to start. Replaced the pump, replaced the relays still not getting fuel. I hear the fuel pump when i first turn the key but not sure if it keeps running when im cranking though.
Another thing I just thought of, have you pressure washed the engine recently!
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