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Old 07-01-2008, 10:33 AM
 
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Default 96 Blazer Fuel Pump Fuse/Relay Location

Hello I am new to this site and have found some very useful information so far. I have not been able to find information regarding where the fuel pump fuse and relay are located however. I doNOT seem to have an under hood fuse box. I have a fuse box on the driver side dash that can be accessed if the driver door is open. None of those fuses have a "fuel pump" label associated with them (that I can tell). I do have a relay box in the glove box but I do not believe any of those to be the fuel pump relay. There are 3 relays under the hood on the passenger side. I read somewhere that the relay farthest left (closest to the passenger side fender) is the fuel pump relay. Can someone confirm that this is correct? Also can someone confirm where the fuel pump fuse is located or if it even exists on this model?
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Old 07-02-2008, 02:37 PM
 
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Default RE: 96 Blazer Fuel Pump Fuse/Relay Location

Ok, so I found that the fuel pump FUSE is the ECM BATT fuse which is #9 in the fuse box on the driver side (accessible when driver door is open). The fuel pump RELAY is in the glove box (there are 3) and it is the one on the left,closest to the driver side. The relay on the right, closest to the passenger door, is for the horn.

The ECM BATT fuse was just fine and I tested the relay by plugging it into the horn input and the horn worked perfectly. I am hoping that I do not have to change the fuel pump and would like to know what else could be causing my problem. I am getting absolutely no fuel pressure and the fuel pump does not kick on.
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