Can anyone please tell me where the fuel pump relay is located? I assume it's the relay...turn the key, engine turns over but won't start. With the key turned on, there is a clicking noise under the hood, if the temp is warm enough outside, it clicks for a few minutes, when the clicking stops the fuel pump fires up, then the engine starts. If not the relay, any ideas what that clicking is? And yea, where is that relay on this dang thing?
Fuel Pump Relay Location on 1993 Dodge Ram Van B250
by ComfortablyStoned in Cuba, IL on February 17, 2011
2 answers 2 comments
ANSWER by overbys on February 17, 2011
engine compartment inner left fender; there are 2 relays mounted next to each other. fuel pump relay is closest to the left fender; the other relay is the ASD (auto shutdown relay) it could be either relay, or both relays or something else.
COMMENT by Visitor on March 05, 2011
I just had the same symptoms on a 1992 B250 V6. The relay(s) are actually sold as a pair. I paid 19.25 for the replacement one and the issue has been resolved. It is very annoying to not be able to get into a car, start it, and drive away. Good luck CS.
COMMENT by Visitor on March 23, 2011
I found it, thanks! Turns out the relays were fine, the ECM was bad. I picked one up at a local junk yard for FREE and the van started right up. Thanks for the help!!
ANSWER by Visitor on March 22, 2011
on the drivers side firewall behind the battery. it is a duel relay and you have to buy them both.
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