How to fix fuel pump relay wire on back of fuse box in trunk

Asked by Mar 03, 2019 at 02:21 AM about the 2012 Chevrolet Malibu

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

We pulled the fuse box from the trunk & looked at
the fuel pump relay wire it is burnt. Does anyone
know how to fix this without taking the car back to
the shop. I just spent 785$ on the fuel pump & now
we r broke.

3 Answers

190

Well at least one of us is mechanically inclined and Do not cuss at me I am a lady and you will treat me as such but if you'd like I can wear my high heels while I'm fixing your car anyway.

I did cuss you, i am a lady myself & can fix my own car...barefoot.

190

That's cool I just do it with swagger and I'm not the moron that just spent $785 on a fuel pump I didn't need I've built engines from the ground-up so have you barefoot or in heels I'm bored now you guys good luck with your car

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