Cheers dudeJen evo
If it doesn't work just type in fuel pump relay in search bar on Indigo GT site.
For the price of it, It would be beneficial just to replace it. They seem to be taking out a revised one every year. I assume because they aren't up to the job either. I've changed mine twice so far. I may change it again this year. Maybe a touch of paranoia but would rather pay £12 for that over £5k+ for an engine.Hi, as an evo x FQ400 owner and a newbie I am reading this forum with great interest, I have just checked my fuses and my fuel pump relay is no. MR588567. This I take it is the original and could be a problem waiting to happen,so far it has been ok and having removed it it looks good and does not make a noise when I shake it, that said would I be best ordering a replacement from indigo-GT ,I see on there website they have a relay no.MR122409 (£12.00) is this the right one, I don't know what colour it is.
My car has only covered 7,500 miles from new which might explain why the relay is still ok.
I am enjoying being a member and love reading all the forums,there is some great information out there . Cheers all.
I know alot of people are aware of the issue of faulty Evo X Fuel pump relay's but the last 3 cars I have had on the dyno all have had a faulty original one fitted.
The cars come in and they are generally driving fine but when we a power run there is nowhere near enough fuel going in.
The AFR should be under approx. 12 youporn.wiki/ xhamster.vip/ redtube.onl/ AFR when on full throttle, but with a faulty relay they barely get under 14 AFR which causes massive temperatures in the engine.
The relays are cheap enough and they can be changed in less than a minute, they are available from your local dealer.
I know this sounds like scaremongering but there is no way you will see the issue without either having a fueling check or an engine failure.
The part number is MR122409
And here is a picture of where it is located