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Hello, I recently bought a 1986 MR2. It starts, however, the pressure is so low, it shuts off after a few seconds after starting. My friend who is a mechanic says it has to do with the Fuel Pump Relay (COR) or the actual fuel pump, but recommends to check the relay first. Problem is that I have no idea where the relay is located. Could someone post some pictures of where it is located at? Thanks
 

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The relay is in the back trunk with the ECU. But you can bypass it at the test connector. Jump B+ to Fp and the relay is out of the circuit and the fuel pump will come on with the ignition. If that does not change things then it is not the problem. If it does change things, then the problem is most likely the air flow meter, not the relay.
 
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