Where is the 2009 Toyota Camry fuel pump relay location?

I have a 2009 Toyota Camry that I use as my commuter car. It’s never had any major issues until recently when the fuel pump stopped working. I want to check the relay first before I dive into any major repairs. Where is the fuel pump relay location on a 2009 Toyota Camry?

Eric Schad · Updated on
Reviewed by Shannon Martin, Licensed Insurance Agent.
Unfortunately, the 2009 Toyota Camry fuel pump relay location is not serviceable. It’s built into other components of the vehicle, so if your fuel pump is acting up, you may not have a simple fix.
However, you can try one other thing. The fuel pump’s power flows through the EFI No.1 fuse located under the hood of the vehicle. Pop the hood, look on the right-hand side for the fusebox, and remove the lid. The EFI No.1 fuse is in slot 9, and you may want to replace it just to see if it solves your problems.
If you have to get a new fuel pump, you’re looking at a bill of around $500. So if you want to make up for that sunken cost in the future, lower your
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