Please help I have no idea where it could be. Yup the redesigned relays which no longer look like the old but the relay is in there which are not labeled because they are internal and not serviceable I believe. Thanks I have a similar problem on my 91 Q45 No Active suspention. In addition, if your model has air bags, you might need to disable the system to stop the bags from accidentally inflating. As are the diagrams of the fuel pump relay location, the procedure for checking the fuel pump relay are also splattered about. Posted on Aug 14, 2009 Nissan has a lot of problems with their fuel pumps for that year. Where is the Fuel Pump Relay? The video above shows how to replace blown fuses in the interior fuse box of your 2002 Nissan Sentra in addition to the fuse panel diagram location.
If the temperature falls below 60 degrees during the night, when I go to start the car up in the morning, she starts right up, but shuts right off. Unfortunately, Nissan has not had enough problems or complaints about this to issue a recall, so typically it is not covered under any type of warranty. You will see the module there on the side. I figured how to access the link. I noticed that the holes for the bolts are slotted and you can turn the sensor on an axis.
Fuel pump control unit seems to operate fine. Same spot as you said, 3rd one up, a blue 15amp one. I thought it was supposed to run outa fuel and die. I'd order a new pump anyway. I've been told these relays being mechanical beasts almost never go bad, but, they're cheap enough to replace. Really need the Consult to gather data on sensors.
Yeah it's wierd, I finally found out where it was. When they didn't his I didn't have all electronic plugged in But I went to turn it off when I got home but started every time The next day after bibhadbstarted to install the turn lights and all if that now I can't hear the fuel pump kick on when I turn the key but under the hood I hear a clicking noise before I crank the car. The pump is still in the plasic inside the box! The blue one is the fuel pump relay. From the reply to your post I now know that the relay is in the trunk, and not one of the three blue ones next to the fuse box under the dash. It Cranks but wont start as the injectors wont open. History: Fuel pump replaced recently due to humming. Even looked under steering wheel found some fuses there but no relay.
I have been pretty loyal to Nissan but this car is rapidly changing my mind. Some components may have multiple fuses, so make sure you check all of the fuses that are linked to the component in question. I Dont know what else to, any advise? If I turn the car off for longer than 15 minutes, the problem comes back. I'd say your low idle issue is related to a dirty intake and throttle body. Now one year later am having once again the same problem and am looking at yet another fuel pump replacement. If you need to replace a blown fuse in your Sentra, make sure you replace it with one that has the same amperage as the blown fuse.
Turn ignition on, as you would to prime pump, then off again. Make certain your present alternator is beyond repair at first before obtaining a new one. Funny thing though, the pump did not exibit the typical sysmtoms of humming. While they have had a lot of problems with the fuel pump causing hard starting, etc. I circled it in red below. If your fuel pump doesn't produce pressure, you may have a blown fuse in the fuse box under the hood , a relay failure same place or a failing fuel pump.
If doesn't start, bad pump. If you have it replaced, it will fix the problem, they actually have a kit for most models they use to repair the problem. If it is and the vehicle still won't start check fuel pressure at the rail there is a port on the rail which is under the hood on the engine with a fuel pressure gauge. Unfortunately, Nissan has not had enough problems or complaints about this to issue a recall and therefore it is typically not covered under any type of warranty. Check fuse box either in car or under bonnet hood. The injectors are attached to the fuel rail whch is attached to the engine right above the intake manifold. Some components may have multiple fuses, so be certain you check all the fuses that are connected to the component in question.
If you want to relieve fuel pressure like when you replace the fuel filter , unplug the electrical co … nnector from the inertia switch. Funny thing though, the pump did not exibit the typical sysmtoms of humming. Answer The button is in the jack compartment in the back. I notices in the trunk a keyless entry box that was not there when I took it to Nissan they said they didn't put it there well I know I didn't. If it is not 'triggered' check the fuse under the hood to make sure it is not bad.
Anyways, I went ahead and change the fuel filter and pump anyways, it lost a bit of fuel but no problems at all! I'm guessing it might need a new distribitor rotor or the fuel filter could be clogged. I turned the car on and it cranked but it didn't want to start until i pressed the gas some more. Is the position of the crank angle sensor critical? After about 15 minutes of trying over and over again, the car will maintain rpm's and run fine. Wait ten to 15 minutes. In case the sensor is faulty, it might be intermittent. The location will be told in text Behind the service panel on the right side of the cargo area according to the owners manual Cherokee Fuel Reset. Fuel pump fuse was popped, I replaced it.
Ground a test light and with key in on position probe the 4 pin connectors and one should make the fuel pump run if so change this relay and you should be fine. If it is a fuel injected car, turn key on as you would to prime it, then turn off. I ran it for about a minute, it never died. Hi Guys i have a 2004 Nissan Almera the vehicle was involved in accident Front Smash and Air Bags deployed. It takes about 10 to 12 tries to get it going. I disconnected the battery terminal while splicing the connector in, and when I was finished, I had the symptom of cranking but no start.