The relay energizes that wire, also. So if the fuel pump relay is working, that wire should have 12VDC any time the fuel pump is supposed to be running.
The schematic is posted above. But just to be thorough, here's a testing procedure you can use.
- Make sure the black wire has a good ground
- Apply 12V to the green/white wire. The relay should click (if it has a good ground)
- Make sure the orange / black wire has power (hot at all times)
- Check for power on the beige/white wire when you turn the key
Side note: I've also seen the relay sockets deteriorate, and make it seem like the relay is bad.
[This message has been edited by Blacktree (edited 08-14-2020).]