it depends on the type of DME you have, for example the further most left is probaly for the fuel pump
Interesting.Unloader relay, rear window defogger relay, and central locking relay
- Unloader Relay ????The Unloader kills power to the electrical system when the car is in start position ( cranking )
Unloader relays cut power to all but necessary electrical items when you are engaging the starter.
Does yours look like this?JimLev said:I have 4 relays, 4th is fuel pump.
If it kills power to all accessories while the starter is engaged, why does my radio not turn off. I've noticed this feature and greatly like it. On my other two cars, the radio turns off while the starter is engaged.Interesting.
Never heard of it.
Searching ... I find:
- What in His name IS the unloader relay?
- Unloader Relay ????
Does yours look like this?
So, in the next post, I'll google for the location of K96 to see what I can find.According to Bentley, K96, the fuel pump relay, is the left-most one on that rack.
The fuel pump relay is fused with F31, 10 amps
The fuel pump is fused with F54, 15 amps in your car.
The power to the FP is only there for a few seconds. After you turn the key to start and the engine is running power is there continuously.
Have you tried junping the contacts to keep it running without using the key?
At the FP connector brown is ground and white/blue is 12 volts from the FP relay.
This pic is from my '00 540
Fuel pump relay changed locations over the years.
These are what come in WDS