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ive been having some pretty annoying starting problems for the past 6 months now and now they're very frequent, im leaning towards it being a relay since as the pump probably would have died by now. Sometimes the car starts right up, others it will start then stall out several times in a row. Ive searched high and low here as well as going through the entire car looking for this thing. its not in the black box near the fans like everybody says, where the hell is this thing?
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It's part of the CCRM (Constant Control Relay Module), which is located on the side of the battery box.

The individual relays inside the CCRM are not servicable; if one relay is bad, the entire CCRM must be replaced.

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It's part of the CCRM (Constant Control Relay Module), which is located on the side of the battery box.

The individual relays inside the CCRM are not servicable; if one relay is bad, the entire CCRM must be replaced.
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I got a new CCRM at the boneyard and it did nothing for my starting problem. what could it be? Now im thinking its a fuel pump. Any help would be greatly appreciated
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It could be a bad fuel pump. Had that exact problem in my old '90 Sable - sometimes the pump would start, sometimes not. Usually that's a result of bad windings in the pump motor.

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