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Old 12 Sep 2003, 01:22 am
BILL
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Default 92 Accord EX Fuel Pump ?

I have been noticing that after the engine is turned off, my fuel pump turns
on/off (pulsing) for a few minutes then the pulses go a longer duration.
After about 5+ minutes it stops. My other 91 Accord does not do this. I have
a Nissan truck that does something similar, but not very often. Does it
sound like a bad fuel pump relay?

TIA
Bill


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Old 12 Sep 2003, 12:28 pm
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Default Re: 92 Accord EX Fuel Pump ?

In article <uCd8b.1205$jY4.414@newssvr32.news.prodigy.com>, "BILL"
<billspamegg@baconspam.net> wrote:

> I have been noticing that after the engine is turned off, my fuel pump turns
> on/off (pulsing) for a few minutes then the pulses go a longer duration.
> After about 5+ minutes it stops. My other 91 Accord does not do this. I have
> a Nissan truck that does something similar, but not very often. Does it
> sound like a bad fuel pump relay?
>
> TIA
> Bill


The f/p relay is one of two relays integrated into one module called the
main relay. The other relay powers the ECU, injectors as well as the f/p
relay. The main relay is located behind the dash, left upper side. The
silver colored cruise control module needs to be removed in order to
access the main relay. Once removed you can either replace @ $50.00 or (as
I did) disassembled and resolder the pcb. For additional info go to the
following link:

http://techauto.tripod.com/mainrelaydefine.htm

HTH

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Mike
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Old 13 Sep 2003, 12:18 pm
BILL
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Default Re: 92 Accord EX Fuel Pump ?

Thanks for the info Mike. I'll take a look at the relay. The problem is
intermittent.

Bill

"Mike R" <mike-r@earthlink.net> wrote in message
news:mike-r-1209031330310001@user-2ivem6e.dialup.mindspring.com...
> In article <uCd8b.1205$jY4.414@newssvr32.news.prodigy.com>, "BILL"
> <billspamegg@baconspam.net> wrote:
>
> > I have been noticing that after the engine is turned off, my fuel pump

turns
> > on/off (pulsing) for a few minutes then the pulses go a longer duration.
> > After about 5+ minutes it stops. My other 91 Accord does not do this. I

have
> > a Nissan truck that does something similar, but not very often. Does it
> > sound like a bad fuel pump relay?
> >
> > TIA
> > Bill

>
> The f/p relay is one of two relays integrated into one module called the
> main relay. The other relay powers the ECU, injectors as well as the f/p
> relay. The main relay is located behind the dash, left upper side. The
> silver colored cruise control module needs to be removed in order to
> access the main relay. Once removed you can either replace @ $50.00 or (as
> I did) disassembled and resolder the pcb. For additional info go to the
> following link:
>
> http://techauto.tripod.com/mainrelaydefine.htm
>
> HTH
>
> --
> Mike



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