I replaced my fuel pump relay with a spare that I had and the car started. Upon inspection, the old one has a burned solder joint. I'm going to re-do it and then try it again.
The spare, (working), relay did not have exactly the same pins as the failed relay, but the car works anyway. Why?
Both relays said 6350 KVS which is, I gather, the cut-out rpm. Could I get higher rpm with a higher KVS? I don't really need more rpm, just wondering. Still, I do hit red line rpm pretty quickly in first gear....