fuel pump relay
My '97 146 1.4 TS starts a little hard lately. Seems that the hard starting is related to the hot weather. I suspect the fuel pump relay from being broken. I suppose that during the start cycle there is the fuel pump relay that takes over to run the fuel pump. After the engine is running that relay turns off and the current for the fuel pump is supplied via the oil pressure sending unit. If that relay fails then the car won't start until the oil pressure is up to three or four PSI. This is exactly what happens with my car. It seems to take a while for the pressure to build up.
There are 5 relays under the hood. They are located near the battery, 3 relays on the long side, 2 one the short side. Can anyone tell me which one is the fuel pump relay?