Ok, do you have the owners manual for the car? If so look through it for the fuses and relays section. It will tell you were they are located. Once you find the location of the Fuel Pump Relay look at the numbers on it then look at the relays around it, match up the numbers and then just swap the fuel pump relay with one that has the same numbers on it. Make Note of which one you swapped for the fuel pump relay. Once you have done that turn the key to the on position without trying to start it. If you hear the fuel pump then try starting if car starts you will need to replace the relay the you initially took out from the fuel pump socket.
If still doesn't start check for spark at the plugs. To check remove a couple of the spark plug wires from the spark plug and place them loosely back on. Taking on on the plug wires off the plug and with a
philips screw driver place the end into the wire were plug would go. Place it or hold it near (about 1/4 - 1/2 inch) a good ground, metal part of the engine. Look for a bright Bluish/White Spark jumping from the screw driver to the ground.
Thursday, July 9th, 2009 AT 9:39 PM