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TIPM (Totally Integrated Power Module) no start or constant running fuel pump problem

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I wanted to post this information here for people that are handy with electronics and cant afford a costly circuit board replacement. I am not sure if this has been covered before on the site.

If your 2007-2014 Dodge, Jeep, Chrysler, or VW vehicle fails to start (acts likes it's out of gas) and/or your fuel pump continues pumping after turning the vehicle off (draining your battery), you likely have a faulty fuel pump relay. Starting problems related to a faulty fuel pump relay often occur when the vehicle is cold and progressively get worse over a period of weeks or months. Additional relay problems with windshield wipers, door locks, horn, backup lights, and other systems are very common in these vehicles.


How to build a test/bypass TIPM cable:


How to repair the TIPM:
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