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Fuel Pump Relay location 2007 Camry


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G'day Everyone,

The ex wife is having trouble with a 2007 Camry. It shuts down shortly after starting. She took it to a mechanic who said that she needs to replace the catalytic converter and quoted about $2600 to replace it. After some research online, I thought it might be the fuel pump relay. I was going to replace it and see whether it would fix the problem but I am not sure which one it is. Could someone please tell me? The fuse/relay box under the bonnet does not list a fuel pump relay. Attached is photo of relay box behind the glove compartment. I thought it might be one of these.  

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On 11/23/2022 at 10:21 PM, Zorro75 said:

She took it to a mechanic who said that she needs to replace the catalytic converter and quoted about $2600 to replace it

Ouch !!! How did he come to that conclusion ? You can remove the cat yourself to inspect it and see in in fact it is compromised. It's very uncommon for the cat on a stock vehicle to go bad. I would be very surprised actually. If it's clogged, It can be cleaned. There are many youtube DIY's on youtube.

As for the fuel pump relay, I'm not 100% for Camry, but I do know it can be either in the engine bay on the passenger side compartment, or behind the glove box or driver's side under the dash. You've checked behind the glovebox, but did you look elsewhere ?

The owners manual would also help. I suspect you don't have one.

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