Check the fuel pump fuse (20A). Check your owners' manual for exact location.
Also, the quickest way to check the fuel pump relay is to switch it with another identical relay from the fuse box. If the problem goes away, the relay is bad.
If relay and fuse check out to be good, check for power at the fuel pump/sending mounted unit on the gas tank. The gray/yellow wire should have power with the key on and/or engine cranking. If you're getting power there, but the fuel pump still does not work, you'll have to remove it for further test and/or to replace it.
If you have to replace it, be sure to replace the fuel filter as well.
Sunday, December 28th, 2014 AT 4:38 PM