Simos control unit, fuel pump relay, injectors D - Ignition/starter switch J17 - Fuel pump relay J361 - Simos control unit, in protective housing, on left in engine compartment N30 - Injector, cylinder 1 N31 - Injector, cylinder 2 N32 - Injector, cylinder 3 N33 - Injector, cylinder 4 S234 - Fuse in fuse box T10b - The fuel-pump relay is a small unit, typically enclosed in a plastic case. The unit contains several sprockets on one side that are clipped onto the ignition system. The fuel-pump relay is engaged only during the start cycle. If it is faulty, it can take longer to start your vehicle.
I think it might be the fuel pump relay but don't know where it is located and what it looks like. Can someone tell me what I am looking for and where it is located and how to test it.THANKS Michael.That has not fixed it. Next steps will be to replace parts in the following order to see if the new parts fix the problem: G28 (Engine Speed Sensor), G4 (Crank Position Sensor), G40 (Cam Position Sensor), J17 (Fuel Pump Relay), RS2 fuel pump. Hopefully it will just be the G28 that needs replacing. Do Pierburg fuel pumps have a good reputation?
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