TIPM Fuel Pump Relay "Simple" Bypass/Test Cable:2007-2016 Dodge/Chrysler/Jeep/VW

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Seller: verticalvisions (644) 100%, Location: Bridgeport, West Virginia, Ships to: Worldwide, Item: 292112319102 Description (Simple Cable without LED)Our custom TIPM test/bypass cables are an inexpensive solution to test and bypass faulty fuel pump relay problems on many 2007 and newer Dodge/Jeep/Chrysler/VW vehicles. If your vehicle acts like 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 typically occur in the morning when the vehicle is cold and progressively get worse over a period of weeks or months. See our applicable vehicle list below to confirm your vehicle year/make/model. Fuel pump relays are soldered to one of six circuit boards located deep inside your fuse box, so they are very difficult to access and change. Our cables work by providing power to the fuel pump from an alternate power source (the M37 run/start fuse slot), which permits the vehicle to start when a defective fuel pump relay is present. Users simply need to plug their cable into two fuse slots. Our cables also permit the fuel pump to be powered on when the vehicle is off, which often allows you to narrow down the problem to the TIPM by eliminating the fuel pump as the problem. But the most common use of this cable is to bypass the problem and continue driving as you normally would, without spending $1000+ on a new TIPM from your dealer. We invented this cable in 2014 and tens of thousands are in use around the world. We also have other devices (some are patented) to bypass and test fuel pump relays. Symptoms of Faulty Fuel Pump RelaysThe fuel pump relay, located deep inside the TIPM, is the most common relay to fail since it's powered on 100% of the time while you're driving. You likely found us because your dealer wants to change your fuel pump ($600+) or TIPM ($1000+). The most common vehicles include the 2011-2013 Dodge Caravan, 2011-2013 Chrysler Town & Country, 2011-2012 Dodge Ram, and 2011-2012 VW Routan. Faulty fuel pump relay symptoms include:Multiple attempts to start, perhaps occurring most often in the morning when the vehicle is cold. The problem gets worse over time and eventually won't start at all.Unexplained battery drainage due to a relay that is stuck in the closed/on position. You can likely hear the fuel pump running if listening from the rear of the vehicle after it's turned off. Battery drainage may still occur even after a new battery or fuel pump is installed.The vehicle stalls while driving and you coast to a stop. This situation is sometimes fuel pump relay related, but also could be due to thermal expansion issues inside the TIPM or other electrical components.The vehicle won't start and appears to be out of gas.Instructional Video Applicable Vehicles 2011-2013 Dodge Durango2011-2013 Jeep Grand Cherokee2008-2016 Dodge Grand Caravan2011-2012 Dodge Ram 1500, 2500, or 35002008-2016 Chrysler Town and Country2009-2012 VW Routan2007-2016 Jeep Wrangler2009-2010 Dodge Journey2007-2012 Jeep Liberty2007-2011 Dodge NitroOther Dodge/Jeep/Chrysler/VW vehicles between 2007-2016 with a TIPM-7 fuse box may work, but have not been tested yet. CapabilitiesBypasses a faulty fuel pump relay, allowing most vehicles that will not start to operate again. It works for vehicles that won't start (fuel pump relay won't engage) or those that power the fuel pump when the vehicle is off and drain your battery (fuel pump stuck on).Checks fuel pump functionality. Service departments may claim that you have a bad fuel pump when the TIPM is really the problem. This testing/bypass cable will often narrow down your problem to the TIPM fuel pump relay. With the vehicle turned off, our device permits the fuel pump to be powered on (with green LED feedback when using the Standard Cable) and you'll be able to hear it pumping.Can be used to drain the fuel tank by powering the fuel pump while the vehicle is turned off. This capability is useful if improper fuel was dispensed into the tank or fuel tank modifications are needed.Fits under your closed TIPM lid.AdvantagesThese cables work, period. Read our customer comments and reviews from many people who've saved thousands of dollars. If our cable doesn't work on the applicable vehicles listed on this page, we'll refund all your money.No special skills are required and you'll have your vehicle running again in less than 5 minutes.Can be used in lieu of towing your vehicle to the dealership or mechanic.Designed and assembled by an engineer and small business owner. Email support is normally immediate and telephone support is available Monday through Friday.Continuous cables are custom made for us using our design (14 AWG wire, 20 amps).It reduces worry. I carry one in my car at all times.All cables are assembled and/or tested in our West Virginia, USA shop.A great solution for auto repair shops to diagnose Dodge/Chrysler/Jeep/VW no start or dead battery problems. LimitationsIf you have a 2011-2013 Dodge Durango or Jeep Grand Cherokee that had an external relay installed per the recall, this cable will be ineffective because your dealer cut wires under your TIPM. What This Cable Can't DoThis cable won't solve problems that are unrelated to your fuel pump (ie. windshield wipers, starter, lights, etc.).If your vehicle won't turn over and the starter will not even attempt to turn the flywheel with a properly charged battery, you likely have other issues that our cable cannot solve. See this link for problems unrelated to fuel pump relays.Which Cable Do I Need? The following table will help you determine which type of cable is best. We sell two different types of pre-built cables (Simple and Standard) as well as a kit that you can use to build your own. Our Standard cable adds a LED and the capability to test your fuel pump relay output and it's our most popular cable. LED feedback is nice when troubleshooting a bad fuel pump relay because you can see if/when it's providing power to your fuel pump. The LED acts just like a test light by lighting up when 12 VDC passes through it Cable VersionFuel Pump TestFuel Pump Relay TestBypass ModeBuy This Cable If:Simple (No Feedback LED)YesNoYesYou just want your car to work againStandard (Includes LED and Ground Wire)YesYesYesYou want your car to work again and know why it failed Other InformationWritten instructions with color photos are included with each order. Buy one here or, if you have the skills, build your own using the instructions available at our website. Extensive information on fuel pump relay problems and other TIPM repair solutions are available at our website. This auction is for the simple version without LED shown below. For the standard cable version with the LED, here is the Ebay link. Long-Term UsageAlthough many have used this cable as a long-term solution for more than 3+ years, we would prefer that you use it to temporarily bypass a faulty fuel pump relay. More information is located on our website.How To Test Your Fuel Pump (Simple or Standard Cables)Turn vehicle offOpen hood and remove 20A fuel pump fuse M25. Verify that M25 is your fuel pump slot.Insert one end of your test/bypass cable into the M25 fuse slot of your fuse box, with orientation per the image below if using a Standard Cable with LED.Remove the existing 20A fuse in fuse slot M7. Verify that M7 is your power adapter (cigarette lighter).Insert the free end of your test/bypass cable into the RIGHT slots of the M7 fuse slot. The M7 fuse slot consists of three terminals (the far right terminals provide 12VDC when the vehicle is on or off).If your fuel pump is working properly, you'll hear the fuel pump motor (located near your gas tank) if in a quiet environment.(Standard Cables only) Connect the alligator clip to the battery's negative terminal, a ground lug, or chassis ground connection and you should see the green LED light up, indicating that 12 VDC is being provided to the fuel pump. If you see the green LED but don't hear the fuel pump, you may have a bad fuel pump. If you do NOT see a green LED, but do hear the fuel pump, you likely need to check your alligator clip ground connection.How To Bypass A Defective Fuel Pump Relay And Stay On The Road (Simple or Standard Cables - New M37 Connection)Turn vehicle off.Remove the lower 20 amp yellow fuses on both ends of the cable. These are the slots closest to the two terminals that plug into your fuse box.Remove the 10 amp red fuse from your M37 fuse slot and insert it into one of the open (lower) fuse slots in the TIPM cable. Configure your TIPM cable (Simple or Standard versions) per the below image. Now insert the end of the cable with the 10 amp red fuse into M37. Lift your J13 Ignition Off Draw (IOD) white bezel fuse upward, if needed, to access M37. The IOD fuse lifts up and down approximately 1/2". Push the IOD fuse back down when done.Insert the free end of your cable into M25. This end of the cable will have only ONE 20 amp yellow fuse in the top slot. Make sure there are no sharp bends in the cable.This new bypass mode cable connection has many advantages over the older M7 left slot method.NOTE: Make sure there are no sharp bends in the cable, especially near the fuses. How To Bypass A Defective Fuel Pump Relay And Stay On The Road (Simple or Standard Cables - Old M7 Method)We highly recommend that you use the newer M37 cable connection method shown above, but the older M7 left slot method shown below will bypass a faulty fuel relay. Turn vehicle offOpen hood and remove 20A fuel pump fuse M25. Verify that M25 is your fuel pump slot.Insert one end of your test/bypass cable into the M25 slot of your fuse box, with orientation per the image below if using a Standard Cable with LED.Remove the existing 20A fuse in fuse slot M7. Verify that M7 is your power adapter (cigarette lighter).Insert the free end of your test/bypass cable into the LEFT slots of the M7 fuse slot. The M7 fuse slot consists of three terminals (the far left terminals provide 12VDC power ONLY when the key is on). This connection provides alternate power directly to the fuel pump, thereby bypassing the defective fuel pump relay.(Standard Cables only) Optionally connect the alligator clip to the battery's negative terminal, a ground lug, or chassis ground connection in order illuminate the LED when 12 VDC power is sent to the fuel pump.Start vehicle.(Standard Cables only) You'll see the green LED light up, indicating that alternate power from the power adapter (cigarette lighter) circuit is now powering your fuel pump if the original faulty fuel pump relay cannot. Disconnect the alligator clip and make sure it does not come into contact with the positive terminal toward the upper left of the fuse box. A small piece of electrical tape placed over it will help keep it safe.You can start, drive, and turn off your vehicle as you normally do. Your test/bypass cable is intended as a temporary solution until you can implement a permanent fix. Due to the large number of vehicle types with fuel pump relay problems, it is unknown if any auto shut down features are affected during a crash. Use this cable in bypass mode at your own risk. You can continue to plug low power devices (cell phone, iPad, etc.) into the cigarette lighter, but avoid high current devices.If you experience problems starting your vehicle, try cycling the key from OFF to ACC to RUN and then put your foot on the brake and start the vehicle. Some TIPMs appear to conserve power by disabling the left slots of the M7 circuit during the starting process. Less than 1% have reported this issue while in bypass mode. Bypass mode powers your fuel pump in ACC and RUN modes only, so your fuel pump will be off when the vehicle is turned off. Remote start may not work with this cable.If your fuel pump relay has been or becomes stuck in the ON position when the vehicle is off, which can drain your battery, please remove the lower 20A fuse on the M25 end of the cable This action will completely disconnect the faulty fuel pump relay from all active circuitry and prevent future battery drainage. Alternate bypass power will still be permitted to travel from the M7 fuse slot through the cable to M25 and to your fuel pump. Then start the vehicle.For those using this outdated bypass connection method from M7 left slots to M25 rather than the newer M37 to M25 connection, please note the following limitations:No remote start on some vehicles due to the TIPM disabling the rear cigarette lighter (M7) used to power the fuel pump relay (M25) in bypass mode.In bypass mode, it is unknown how it will affect safety mechanisms that shut off power to your faulty fuel pump relay during a crash. However, all faulty fuel pump relays are currently capable of becoming stuck in the on position, making this limitation a moot point. More details are available on our websigteAlthough rare, in extremely cold weather or with low battery voltages, some TIPMs may disable power to the M7 circuit used by the TIPM cable. More info is available on our website. NOTE: Make sure there are no sharp bends in the cable, especially near the fuses. Frequently Asked Questions1) How fast do you ship? My vehicle will not start.Answer: 99% of all orders will ship the same day. Further details are available on our Shipping and Deliveries information page at our website and at the bottom of this Ebay page.2) How long can I drive with the cable? Is it a permanent solution?Answer: Many people have used our cables for extended periods of time (3-4 years) without issue. We always suggest you begin with a TIPM test/bypass cable to find the problem and then upgrade to a TIPM Plug-In Relay System or TIPM Repair when convenient as many find they are better long-term options. We'll refund the full cost of any TIPM cable purchase when you upgrade to a TIPM Repair or give you 10% off a TIPM Plug-In Relay System. Simply contact us for details. No matter what fix you decide to use, a TIPM cable is an inexpensive tool to diagnose problems with your vehicle and bypass a fuel relay problem, likely making it one of the most cost-effective fixes to solve fuel relay problems. Thousands of people around the world are currently driving with our TIPM cables and they will last for many years.3) Will your cable provide 12 VDC to the fuel pump when the vehicle is off?Answer: No. When using our bypass cable, power is only delivered to the fuel pump when in the run position or while the vehicle is starting/running. Your fuel pump will not be powered on when the vehicle is turned off.4) What percentage of people have a no start condition with their fuel pump relay compared to those who have their fuel pump stuck on when the vehicle is off?Answer: Based on the thousands of phone calls we've received since August 2014, we would guess that 65% have a fuel pump relay that won't engage (no start), 20% have a fuel pump relay that is stuck on (draining their battery), and 10% have a combination of both. 5% experience stalling while driving. It's not uncommon for relay failures to switch from one failure mode to another.5) My battery keeps draining. How can I temporarily fix my fuel pump relay "stuck on" situation without using your TIPM cable?Answer: Turn the vehicle off, go the rear of the vehicle near the fuel tank, and listen for pumping noises to see if fuel pump is still on. If so, remove fuse M25 (labeled "fuel pump") only when your vehicle is off, which will prevent power being delivered to the fuel pump. You can also install our bypass cable using the M37 to M25 connection method to resolve this problem.6) Is the TIPM bypass cable still effective if the external fuel pump relay recall has been added by my dealer?Answer: No. Our TIPM test/bypass cable will not work in this scenario (nor will it normally be needed) because the faulty fuel pump relay and fuel pump fuse (M25) has been permanently removed from the circuit. The new external relay has its own fuse. The recall for 2011-2013 Dodge Durangos and Jeep Grand Cherokees only involves cutting numerous fuel pump wires leading in/out of the TIPM, thereby disconnecting the existing fuel pump relay circuit from the fuel pump. If you continue to have problems with your new external fuel pump relay, read our website. To identify if you have an external relay installed, go to our website.7) Are any safety mechanisms affected by faulty fuel pump relays or bypass cables?Answer: No. If using the new M37 to M25 connection method, no safety mechanisms are affected by using a TIPM cable. 8) When using the older M7 left slot to M25 bypass mode connection, my car only starts on the second attempt or won't start in cold weather. Is this normal?Answer: It's rare, but some TIPMs won't power on the M7 circuit during the starting process. We've performed some testing/research to determine that it's likely attributable to the TIPM cutting off all unnecessary power draw during the starting process in cold weather or with lower battery voltages. Please use the newer configuration that uses the M37 fuse slot in bypass mode, which will resolve this problem.With no power to M7 left slots, the TIPM cable can't deliver power to the fuel pump via the M25 fuse slot. There are some workarounds: (1) Cycle your key or start button to ACC and RUN mode, then start the vehicle; (2) In extreme cold weather, move the TIPM cable from the left slots of M7 to the right slots. Start the vehicle and then move the cable back to the left slots of M7. Keep in mind that plugging into the right slots of M7 forces the fuel pump to remain on all the time, so you'll need to return it to the left slots while the vehicle is running or after driving. This isn't an issue with our cable, rather it's how the TIPM handles cold weather starting. Low battery voltages may be due to your faulty relay being "stuck on", which powers your fuel pump when the vehicle is off until it partially or completely drains your battery. It's complicated, but some faulty fuel relays fail in different ways. They may fail early on by simply not allowing power to pass through the M25 fuse and on to the fuel pump. Then they can switch to being "stuck on", which keeps your fuel pump running when the vehicle is off. You'll need to remove the lower yellow 20 amp fuse on the M25 end of our cable to completely disconnect the faulty relay from the fuel pump circuit and prevent battery drainage. The next time you try to start it and it fails, hook up the alligator clip to ground and watch the green light if you have the LED version of our cable. If the green light comes on when you turn the key to ACC, but then goes out only during the starter cranking process, your battery voltage is likely low. Charge your battery and/or make sure the lower fuse on the M25 end of our cable is removed. If your fuel pump is receiving power during the starting process but still fails to start, you might: (1) Have a faulty fuel pump (please use our cable to test your fuel pump), (2) Have no gas in the vehicle, or (3) Have a faulty crankshaft sensor or other problem that is outside of our knowledge base. Keep in mind that our TIPM cables have always been advertised as temporary solutions. Permanent solutions are available through us and we offer great discounts to those who've purchased our TIPM cables.9) With the cable using power from the M37 fuse slot, will this affect other items in my vehicle?Answer: No. The M37 fuse slot consumes less than 10 amps out of the 35 available amps provided via the run/start grey Omron plug-in relay. Since fuel pumps consume less than 10 amps, you're only using 20 of the 35 available amps. If you study in inside of a TIPM and the six circuit boards, you'll notice the M37 fuse slot permits the full 35 amp load to be distributed to the first leg of the M37 fuse slot where it then divides, providing power to the TIPM cable and all items downstream of the M37 fuse. In order to protect the 10 amp circuitry downstream of the M37 fuse slot, we require you to remove your 10 amp red M37 fuse and insert it into the TIPM cable (see instructions for details).10) Why won't your cable work on my 2007-2010 Ram truck? What does the typical fuel pump circuit look like that permits the bypass/test cable to work?Answer: Most vehicles will allow our TIPM bypass/test cable to work, but we have not been able to test every vehicle. For the cable to work properly, the order of components must be: +12 VDC ---> Fuel Pump Relay ---> Fuse Slot ---> Fuel Pump. If the fuel pump relay is not located before the fuse slot, as is the case with many 2010 and older Dodge Ram trucks, our TIPM bypass/test cable won't work. If your test light or multimeter can detect 12 VDC on the fuel pump fuse slot when the vehicle is off, chances are our TIPM bypass/test cables won't work as your fuel relay comes after the fuse slot (the only exception being a "stuck on" fuel relay that is often remedied with a swift smack to the side of the TIPM). Since a fuel pump relay failure often means no power at the fuse or pump when the vehicle is starting or running, the arrangement of the circuit shown below benefits us since we can inject +12 VDC power via a TIPM test/bypass cable into the 20 amp fuse slot to power the fuel pump. For details, see our wiring diagrams section of our website.If you own a 2007-2010 Ram truck, we can only recommend a used TIPM at this time since none of our products will work and a TIPM repair is very difficult due to surface mount relays that are very close to each other. Fuel pump relay working properly - vehicle on 11) Will my remote start still work after installing the TIPM cable? Answer: Yes. If using the new M37 to M25 connection method, your remote start will function normally. 12) My 2012 Caravan is having problems starting, sometimes a grinding sound and sometimes it starts fine. Would the fuel pump relay cause this issue?Answer: Yes, it's possible. Fuel pump relays often fail by clicking on and off very fast. Sometimes they click on fast enough to stay running and sometimes not. When your vehicle detects that is has "started", it disengages the starter solenoid. If the fuel relay is still clicking on/off just enough to keep it running, but not fast enough for to detect the vehicle is running, the solenoid can stay engaged in the flywheel, creating the grinding sound. It sounds like this because it is indeed slowly grinding the teeth off your flywheel and solenoid.13) My car still won't start with the TIPM test/bypass cable installed. What might cause this?Answer: The following are possible causes for this situation while using our cable:TIPM test/bypass cable isn't hooked up to the proper fuse slots. It must be connected between M37 and M25.Check TIPM test/bypass cable fuses. Some people accidentally touch our cable to ground while plugged in to the TIPM, which may blow a fuse.Make sure the top fuses on each end of our TIPM test/bypass cable are installed. Top fuses permit power to flow from one end of the cable (M37) to the other (M25). Bottom fuses allow the original fuse slot to function properly.Have you checked your fuel pump using the TIPM test/bypass cable to see if it's working? A fuel pump pressure test is something else to keep in mind if all else fails.Do you have gas in the vehicle? Is your fuel gauge working properly?Make sure you don't already have an external relay installed. If you do, change the external relay.Check/replace your camshaft and/or crankshaft sensors. There are dozens of things that can prevent a vehicle from starting, beyond the fuel pump relay issue that our cable was designed to solve.14) My vehicle is experiencing problems since installing the cable. Is the cable at fault?Answer: No. With thousands of cables in use worldwide, we know exactly how our cables interact with TIPMs. Our TIPM bypass/test cables are nothing more than jumper cables that permit electricity to move between two points. Instead of using the electricity flowing through a faulty fuel pump relay to power your fuel pump, we use electricity from another source (the M37 run/start fuse slot). Your faulty fuel pump relay and the run/start fuse slot both use the same 12 VDC source inside the TIPM. When using the cable, your run/start fuse slot doesn't know or care that it's actually powering the fuel pump. Our TIPM bypass/test cables won't cause any warning lights, check engine lights, alternator, starter, or air conditioning problems. Dodge/Chrysler/Jeep/VW vehicles and their TIPMs are well known for electrical problems in each of these items.If you do get a "check engine" warning light, we always suggest you obtain an OBDII scanner and plug into your OBDII port to identify the particular code. This will tell you what the problem is. Or you can often take your vehicle to a local auto parts store where many of them will read the code for free.15) Why couldn't my dealer or mechanic figure out that the fuel pump relay was faulty?Answer: It's VERY common for dealers or mechanics to improperly diagnose fuel pump relay problems. The most common misdiagnosis is a faulty fuel pump, which will cost you around $600. Reasons for improperly diagnosing fuel pump relay problems include: Relay failures are often intermittent, selling you a TIPM at $1200 is more profitable, faulty relays won't normally result in vehicle faults/codes, and many people don't understand vehicle electrical systems, TIPMs are not a user or dealer serviceable part (i.e. they're not allowed to work on the parts inside), and they don't know how to test fuel pump relays. Fortunately, fuel pump relays are our specialty and we can often diagnose problems over the phone or via email.16) Nothing happens when I turn the key. Is the cable at fault?Answer: If you're turning the key and nothing happens, then you likely have a starter issue, dead battery, bad alternator, or wiring problem. This type of problem is not related to the fuel pump relay, nor does it have anything to with our cable. Our cable simply delivers power to the fuel pump. If your vehicle is unable to power the starter to rotate the flywheel, then you'll want to focus on the solutions listed below.Corroded battery terminals can cause the inability for the battery to deliver 12 VDC to the starter. A faulty alternator can prevent the battery from being charged properly, resulting in a dead battery. Note that many 2011 vehicles were recalled for bad alternators. You may want to check to see if yours was on the recall list. Check your starter plug-in relay that is locate next to your fuses on top of the TIPM. Also, modern TIPMs control the ability of the alternator to deliver current to charge the battery when driving. Some of our customers had to replace their TIPM with a used TIPM.17) Will the TIPM cable still work if my vehicle doesn't have a rear cigarette lighter?Answer: Yes. Regardless of the presence of a rear cigarette lighter (power adapter) for the M7 circuit used by the cable, the infrastructure in the TIPM-7 fuse box is still there to accommodate fuel pump testing with our cable. This situation mainly applies to 2011-2012 Dodge Ram owners. The cable still works perfectly on these vehicles with the M7 slot providing either full-time or key-on power, as desired, depending on the cable configuration you desire.18) When is power provided to the fuel pump when using the TIPM cable?Answer: TIPM cables will provide power to your fuel pump in a nearly identical manner as the original fuel pump relay. Your fuel pump will only be powered on in the run position and during staring/running of the vehicle. Once you turn off the key, the fuel pump will shut off. The only difference is the original fuel pump relay will temporarily turn on the fuel pump (prime for 2 seconds) while a TIPM cable will continuously power the pump if you cycle your start button or key to the run position. 19) Can I use a fuse slot other than M7 with the cable to power the fuel pump, enable remote start, and resolve cold weather starting issues?Answer: Yes. M37 is a fuse slot that receives the "run/start" signal and it contains a 10 amp red fuse. We initially eliminated the use of M37 years ago because the fuel pump requires a 20 amp circuit, but understanding how the six circuit boards inside the TIPM are connected allowed us to research it further. Upstream of M37 is a high amp 12 VDC source that is fed through a grey Omron plug-in relay (run/start signal) before reaching the 10 amp red fuse in M37. Our cable can pull the 9 amps required for the fuel pump from this fuse slot. M37 should enable remote start, fuel pump shutoff during a crash, resolve any cold weather M7 problems, and other items that are currently limitations with some M7 slots. Our testing shows zero issues so far, but we've had to battle through a few configurations to get it right. To use M37 instead of M7 left slots while in bypass mode (assuming the cable is currently installed), do the following:1) Remove the TIPM cable from your vehicle.2) Remove the lower 20 amp yellow fuses on both ends of the cable. These are the slots closest to the two terminals that plug into your fuse box.3) Insert a 20 amp yellow fuse into your M7 left slot so your cigarette lighter (power adapter) will work.4) Remove the 10 amp red fuse from your M37 fuse slot and insert it into one of the open (lower) fuse slots in the TIPM cable. If you have a Standard cable with LED, configure it per the below image. Now insert the end of the cable with the 10 amp red fuse into M37. Lift your J13 Ignition Off Draw (IOD) white bezel fuse upward if needed to access M37. The IOD fuse lifts up and down about 1/2". Make sure you push it back down when done.5) Insert the free end of the cable into M25. This end of the cable will only have ONE 20 amp yellow fuse in the top slot. Make sure there are no sharp bends in the cable.NOTE: If you fail to remove the lower fuse in the M25 end of the cable AND you have a "stuck on" faulty fuel relay inside your TIPM, your vehicle may continue to run after turning off the key. This is due to the faulty fuel relay backfeeding the run/start signal via M37 and feeding the fuel pump via M25.ShippingOur goal is to ship your parts as fast as possible. We normally ship the same day if we receive your order in a reasonable amount of time before our FedEx pickup or USPS drop off. If your order arrives late in the day, we'll ship it the next business day. We understand and will accommodate those who need these parts as fast as possible. We have a contract with FedEx for discounted 2-day shipping, so that's likely going to be your best domestic shipping option. Our shipment schedule is: FedEx - Monday through Friday (pickups at 5pm) and Saturday (pickups at 11am for 2-Day packages only). If using FedEx and you require a package to be shipped or delivered on Saturday, you MUST choose 2-Day Special One Rate (note that FedEx will not deliver to some addresses on Saturday). USPS - Monday through Friday (dropoffs at 4pm) and Saturday (dropoffs at 1pm) Normal shipment durations: FedEx Priority Overnight: 1 day, FedEx Standard Overnight: 1 day, FedEx 2-Day: 2 days, FedEx Express: 3 days, FedEx Ground: 1-5 days, FedEx International Priority: 1-3 days, FedEx International Economy: 2-5 days, USPS Priority Mail: 2-3 days, USPS Priority Express Mail: 1-2 days, USPS Priority International: 6-10 days, USPS Priority Express International: 3-5 days, USPS First Class International: 1-2 weeksThe shipping duration estimates shown below begin at the time and day the package is shipped by us. Orders received before 12pm weekdays and 11am Saturday ET will normally be shipped the same day. Orders received after these time periods will likely still ship the same day, but this is not guaranteed.Packages are delivered: FedEx - Monday through Friday (Saturday deliveries for most 2-Day Special One Rate shipments only), USPS - Monday through Saturday Order confirmation emails are sent minutes after each order is placed. Tracking emails are sent when the order ships. FedEx can't ship to a PO Box or deliver 2-day packages to Puerto Rico, so we'll use USPS Priority Mail in these situations. Lost PackagesAlthough rare, USPS and FedEx occasionally delays or loses packages. If your shipment is delayed or lost, please contact us and we'll try to locate your package or ship another part. If you file an Ebay claim due to a lost/delayed package, please be aware that Ebay immediately removes the funds from our account and we won't risk sending you a second part. Communication is key, so contact us through Ebay or call us at [phone removed by eBay] with any questions or concerns you may have. Ebay will not be able to help you as much as we can, so contact us if you have any problems.Filing a ClaimMany Ebayers game the system by using our parts for testing purposes, then filing a claim that the part doesn't work. In this situation, Ebay requires us to pay for return shipping and issue a full refund. We obviously don't like this. If our part is indeed faulty, simply contact us and we'll send another one to you. If you have another issue with your vehicle outside the TIPM that our part isn't intended to fix (ie. your starter won't turn the flywheel), then please do not claim that our part is faulty. We will require additional details from every faulty part claim before complying with a return request.Telephone/Email SupportWe're a small business (Vertical Visions LLC) located in Bridgeport, WV since 2001. Feel free to call us with any questions you may have. We're open from 10am-6pm ET weekdays. The owner (Jason Bell) is a mechanical engineer with 25 years of engineering experience and three patents. Email is another great option if our phone lines are busy.RefundsAs with most electrical items, we CANNOT and WILL NOT offer refunds for this product unless it's faulty. If it's faulty, which is extremely rare, contact us and we'll send you another one immediately.Lost PackagesAlthough rare, USPS and FedEx occasionally delays or loses packages. If your shipment is delayed or lost, please contact us and we'll send another cable. If you file an Ebay claim due to a lost/delayed package, please be aware that Ebay immediately removes the funds from our account and we won't risk sending you a second cable. Communication is key, so contact us through Ebay or call us with any questions or concerns you may have. Ebay will not be able to help you as much as we can, so contact us if you have any problems. Condition: New, Manufacturer Part Number: Cable-Mini-Simple, Brand: Vertical Visions

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