Q: Where are the pump relay and fuses located?

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Replaced pump altlready and inlin e filter butt still not gettingfuel to the engine and can't locate the relay its not in the fuse block under the dashso where is it

My car has 100004 miles.
My car's transmission is unknown to me.

Hi there - the fuel pump relay is under the hood, at the rear of the engine compartment, fairly high up on the firewall. There are a row of 3 relays, just behind and slightly to the right of the AC accumulator (shiny aluminum cylinder). The fuel pump relay is the middle one.

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