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Old 09-17-2008, 09:39 PM   #1 (permalink)
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No power to fuel pump

I have a '95 740il, it's not getting any power to the fuel pump. Does anyone know which relay is for the fuel pump? Which fuse I need to check in the trunk and underhood? Is there anything else that would cause the no power issue? thanks.
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Hi, Is it an E38 or E32 ?
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And I don't have spark.
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Ok.......... CMP ( camshaft position sensor ) could be at fault as if this has died you wont get fuel or a spark commonish problem, should be at the front of engine, somewhere around the bottom of the dip stick.

The fuel pump relay (K96) is located on the RHS of the luggage compartment near the battery and is the second from furthest rear. The relay and pump is served by fuses 17 and 57.

The fuel pump will not operate if the car is immobilised by the alarm system.........
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