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Zakk E.

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    Zakk
  • Toyota Model
    Aygo
  • Toyota Year
    2006
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  1. Alright, I’ll try that. will update.
  2. Only problem I have is any information regarding the removal of said fuse box. I have so far managed to remove both the top and bottom cover(the latter was an enormous pain) but my efforts to remove it entirely have been unsuccessful.
  3. As mentioned in another thread this is the part I need to test. But there is no mention on how to get to it.
  4. I am experiencing issues with my aygo(2006) it started running roughly, misfiring and eventually it doesn’t start up. It cranks but the fuel pump does not activate. I measured the voltage going to the fuel pump when the ignition is turned on and got nothing. I tried feeding electricity directly into the fuel pump and sure enough it gives off a low buzzing sound. So I have concluded that there might be a problem with the relay. I cannot however get to it and am wondering if anyone here knows how to get to it, test it and replace it. As far as I know the aygo 1 does not have a standard relay and instead uses some chip thing. In diagrams that I have found the fuel pump relay is marked as R4. And it should be underneath the fuses in the front of the car. I got the top cover and the bottom cover off(the clips were a nightmare) I un mounted the fuse box but still have limited access to it due to it still being connected with a lot of wires. Can anyone help me with solutions regarding getting to the R4 chip testing it and if needed replacing it or finding what else might cause this.
  5. Hi, I am also experiencing issues with my aygo(2006) it started running roughly, misfiring and eventually it doesn’t start up. It cranks but the fuel pump does not activate. I measured the voltage going to the fuel pump when the ignition is turned on and got nothing. I tried feeding electricity directly into the fuel pump and sure enough it gives off a low buzzing sound. So I have concluded that there might be a problem with the relay. I cannot however get to it and am wondering if anyone here knows how to get to it, test it and replace it.
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