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HELP PLS!! Fuel pump relay location VE SERIES 2

Discussion in 'VE Holden Commodore (2006 - 2013)' started by DamKing, Dec 27, 2019.

  1. DamKing

    DamKing New Member

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    Hi all!
    Little bit stuck trying to locate the fuel pump relay on my 2010/11 SSV VE Commodore E85 Series II sedan (L77 - V8)
    I’m trying to depressurise the fuel line to remove the fuel rail so I can remove and replace a faulty fuel injector.
    The car has been running perfectly for years before the faulty injectors but its not where the manual or fuse box says?? I’m assuming it’s located elsewhere.....?
    I’ve seen an old thread on here and have been looking everywhere for answers but too no conclusion.
    Any new help would be appreciated.
    I did see you can release pressure using the Schrader valve but is that a recommend option or not?
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    To depressurise fuel rail, Disconnect battery, on the engines left side, your right, take cover thing off the end of rail and depress the needle. Use cloth or something under it to catch the fuel.
     

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    Thanks mate worked a treat
     
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    I would imagine there is a fuel pump fuse in the boot, where the battery is. I know there is my car so assume it would be the same .

    But as you've confirmed, releasing the pressure using the schrader valve is perfectly ok
     

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