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Troubleshooting 1995-98 S14 Fuel Pump/Relay Issues

Originally posted on January 1, 2013 by Roman Taylor.

This should help you diagnose fuel issues on your Nissan 240SX. Use at your own risk, and make sure you have a multimeter (along with other common tools) before attempting this.

Three main failure points:

Fuel Pump Plug:

Few things you can check for here:

Fuel Pump Power and Ground Photo

Fuel Pump Relay Location (Driver Side Kick Panel):

You’ll see another blue and black relays next to it under driver side kick panel, it’s the one that has four black wires going to it. Simple test you can do before taking out the relay, is to hold it in your hand and turn the key into ON position without starting the car – if they relay is good, you should feel it click

Fuel Pump Relay Photo

Fuel Pump Relay Plug and Fuse:

Don’t forget to check your fuse if you haven’t already done so.

Fuel Pump Fuse Photo

Bench checking your relay:

Hook up Pin 1 and 2 to your battery (doesn’t matter which one goes to positive or negative).

Use your multimeter to check for continuity between Pin 3 and 5 – should have continuity with power applied.

Fuel Pump Relay Photo

Hope this helps!