Where is the fuel pump relay located on a 1997 Jeep Wrangler?
By drivers side head light
Answer . INSIDE THE FUEL TANK YOU CANT CHANGE IT. . its no too bad to change yourself. takes alot of time. easier to do with an almost empty tank. this site has a good guide… on how to do it http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cz-PkgLE7LQ
Answer . \nInside the fuel tank.
Answer The fuel pump on a TJ Jeep Wrangler ('97-'01) is located in the fuel tank. The fuel tank is located in the rear of the Jeep, under the cargo area, on the exterior of t…he Jeep. You have to remove the fuel tank to replace the pump.
Answer . Mounted in the fuel tank on top. Look for an access panel above the fuel pump inside the vehicle. If there is none, then the tank must be removed. I have replaced… the fuel pump on a 1992 Wrangler, and unless Jeep has made some changes this is a very difficult job. Getting the fuel tank out is extremely difficult, but it will come out if positioned just right. Good luck.
Answer . In the fuel tank
i use a test light and it only has a little ampage, but i can hook it up to my 12 volt jumper and it will run. I just went through the same problem on my 95 wrangler, I had …to run one new wire (green) from fuel relay (fuse box under the hood) to the connection at gas tank
The fuel pump is in the fuel tank.
\nThere is a fuel pump relay in the fuse box in the engine compartment.
Inside the fuel tank
It's in the gas tank- enjoy! I know I did!
Where is the fuel pump RELAY on a 1992 Jeep Wrangler
in the middle of the gas tank
In Fuel Filters
In the tank.
In Fuel Filters
Inside the fuel tank. Tank has to be removed to access.
In Fuel Pumps
it is inside the fuel tank, you will need to drop the tank to access the top
The fuel pump is located inside the fuel tank, right in the middle of the top,. You'll need to drop the tank to get to it, many people have cut a door in their floor for futur…e access.
1. you should be able to hear it running 2. there is a schrader valve on the fuel rail, connect a fuel pressure meter to it and check your fuel pressure.