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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old May 29th, 06, 05:31 PM Thread Starter
 
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i am having problem finding the pump fuse in my 95 camaro because i lost the fuse box diagram. !!!!!!!!!!!!PLEASE HELP!!!!!!!!!!
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I need help finding the fuse for the fule pump in my 95 camaro.I lost the fuse box cover with the diagram . !!!!!!!!!!!!PLEASE HELP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Re: !!!95 fuel pump help!!!

The fuel pump fuse I believe is somewhere along the driver's side fender in the engine compartment. I know on the 3rd gen Camaros, certain years have the fuse under the driver's fender instead of under the dash.

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Re: !!!95 fuel pump help!!!

The fuel pump fuse is not located in the fuse block at all. It is on a separate circuit and the fuse for the pump is located upside down on the inner fender well on the passenger side near the front of the car under a water tight rubber cover.
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Re: !!!95 fuel pump help!!!

The fuel pump fuse is not located in the fuse block at all. It is on a separate circuit and the fuse for the pump is located upside down on the inner fender well on the passenger side near the front of the car under a water tight rubber cover. Haynes Manual has a pix of it
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