fuel pump relay on 04

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Old 23 Oct 2005, 05:37 pm   #1 (permalink)
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ive been put in charge of removing most of the fuel from our rental cars b4
they head to auction since gas has gotten so high. on GM i simply put a old
a/c service hose on the fuel pres. test tap in engine compartment and short
30 and 87 at relay location to let the pump do the job. cant find any such
tap or relay on camry or corolla and i dont think i will........i can,
however, unhook fuel line where it joins fuel inj. rail. can anyone tell me
if there is a dedicated fuel pump relay and its location, or color code of
wire that directly powers up pump.......any help much appreciated, kjun
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Old 23 Oct 2005, 07:24 pm   #2 (permalink)
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Sounds like a lot of labor to save maybe $20 worth of gas. Break one of the
high pressure fuel lines and it will cost more than that to repair. Whats
wrong with a piece of clear plastic hose and a quick suck on it? Works for
me late at night when its real dark out.

"KjunRaven" <KjunRaven@hotmail.com> wrote in message
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> ive been put in charge of removing most of the fuel from our rental cars
> b4
> they head to auction since gas has gotten so high. on GM i simply put a
> old
> a/c service hose on the fuel pres. test tap in engine compartment and
> short
> 30 and 87 at relay location to let the pump do the job. cant find any such
> tap or relay on camry or corolla and i dont think i will........i can,
> however, unhook fuel line where it joins fuel inj. rail. can anyone tell
> me
> if there is a dedicated fuel pump relay and its location, or color code of
> wire that directly powers up pump.......any help much appreciated, kjun



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Old 24 Oct 2005, 05:45 pm   #3 (permalink)
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"Wolfgang" <NOwolfgangdieterSPAM@cox.net> wrote in
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> Sounds like a lot of labor to save maybe $20 worth of gas. Break one
> of the high pressure fuel lines and it will cost more than that to
> repair. Whats wrong with a piece of clear plastic hose and a quick
> suck on it? Works for me late at night when its real dark out.
>
> "KjunRaven" <KjunRaven@hotmail.com> wrote in message
> news:CgU6f.16751$GQ.1173@tornado.texas.rr.com...
>> ive been put in charge of removing most of the fuel from our rental
>> cars b4
>> they head to auction since gas has gotten so high. on GM i simply put
>> a old
>> a/c service hose on the fuel pres. test tap in engine compartment and
>> short
>> 30 and 87 at relay location to let the pump do the job. cant find any
>> such tap or relay on camry or corolla and i dont think i
>> will........i can, however, unhook fuel line where it joins fuel inj.
>> rail. can anyone tell me
>> if there is a dedicated fuel pump relay and its location, or color
>> code of wire that directly powers up pump.......any help much
>> appreciated, kjun

>
>
>


i normally do what is requested of me from the gentleman that signs my
checks........20 cars X 12 gal. each X $2.59 per gallon = $621.60 per week
for at least 4 weeks = $2486.40..hardly chump change!....... breaking fuel
line fittings? only amatuers or unskilled labor would need to concern
themselves with that prob.
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