2004 Chevrolet Malibu • 180,000 miles
Can't find the fuse for the fuel pump on my 2004 chevy malibu. I'm looking at the fuse bo what else could it be labeled under other than fuel pump
Which fuse box are you looking in?The inside one or outside one?
The one underneath the hood. I'm actually stumped as 2where the one in the car is cuz it's not in a typical spot...
So the only fuse i can find is one labeled inj i took it out & it cut off automatically but it was just a 10amp fuse
You pulled the fuel injector fuse the fuse your looking for is in the rear compartment fuse box.Which is located in the trunk its fuse number 25 that is your fuel pump fuse.
Ahh ha i knew that was there totally 4got bout tht 1..OK well I'm a bit tiny & I'm still having trouble fitting my hands2grab the filter
Haha well I'm changing my fuel filter. trying 2 tht is...there's only 1 thing i see tht culd be the filter.
Usually the fuel filters on the newer cars are back by the gas tanks.
I just looked and i dont see a fuel filter listed for that car parts wise for sale.Did you actually buy a fuel filter for that car yet?
Yes i did...what the heck am i doing i wonder haha
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