FUSES on 2000 Toyota Sienna

WHICH FUSE OR RELAY CONTROLS THE FUEL PUMP?

by in Fairfield, CA on February 09, 2009
1 answer 1 comment
ANSWER by on February 09, 2009
The fuel pump gets triggered by a circuit opening relay protected by a 5 Amp fuse marked IGN in the fuse box located at the drivers left foot sitting in the drivers seat. Power to the Fuel Pump is sent through a 15Amp fuse in a fuse box in the Engine Compartment. The fuse is marked EFI.
COMMENT by on September 30, 2010
WILL THIS ALLOW ME TO DO A FUEL INJECTION CLEANING WITH THIS FUSE OUT OR NO?
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