Fuel Pump Relay location - 1989 240 RHD Automatic Sedan B230F
Thanks for all the great info to a new Volvo owners and lovers. I too am having issues with my Volvo not starting and locating the fuel pump relay.
Problems starting after a long day of driving approx 300km in the sun on a 35 degree celcius day (35 in the shade). After stopping for 4 hours to install and elctric fan on my AC radiator (all went well and according to plan) my Volvo wouldn't start!
Does anybody know where to locate the Fuel Pump Relay on my 1989 240GL Automatic Sedan B230F Right Hand Drive (Australia)
I have looked under the kick panel on driver and passenger footwells as well as the matting under the dash and removed the glove box and wasn't able to see the green or white relays that I have seen pictured in forums / YouTube.
1. I can confirm that relay is most likely the non-starting issue as I shorted the fuses to the two pumps and heard the whirring of one of them (not sure which one that is though), however it still did not start
2. My Volvo has:
a) Good spark through brand new leads and plugs
b) Fuel (although only about 15 litres in tank)
c) Compression (by hand, sound and sight test)
d) Fuel definitely getting into the injectors (but not sure if getting into bore)
e) Between 0.2 / 0.6 volts reading on two different multimeters at injector terminals
f) New fuse housing on side near coil (injector / fuel pump relay fuse)
Thanks again everyone for getting me this far it's been fun!