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Loyale Fuel Pump issues

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#1 The FNG


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Posted 03 April 2012 - 07:31 AM

Hey, So I've got mine running and the neighbor thought mine was cool, so he went out and procured himself a Loyale (90 ish wagon with manual 5spd pb 4x4) :banana: We got the timing belts on last night and we went to start it and BAM...nothing.

I noticed that the fuel pump relay does not click when the key turns to on and obviously, the pump does not kick on either. I am assuming I would start at the relay and work my way back to the pump, correct? Where do I find this relay though?

By the way, the car started right up when we poured gas down the intake.

#2 Cougar


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Posted 03 April 2012 - 11:12 AM

The first thing to check is the fusible links and the fuses if you haven't done that already. The fusible links are in a plastic box mounted on the coolant overflow tank. The fuel pump relay might be in a blue socket to the right side of the steering column.

#3 The FNG


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Posted 03 April 2012 - 05:34 PM

Good call on the fusable links. I will look at those tonight. This car was in a shop for over a year because they couldn't get it timed right (shout out to Miles Fox for his videos) and I got it done in 5 minutes. I guess they hot wired the fuel pump and burned it out??? That is what I was told. Like I said I will check the fuses and fuseable links.

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