TIPM Test/Bypass Cables
If your 2007-2016 Dodge, Jeep, Chrysler, or VW vehicle fails to start (acts likes it's out of gas) and/or your fuel pump continues operating after turning the vehicle off (draining your battery), you likely have a faulty fuel pump relay. 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. We developed the TIPM test/bypass cable in 2014 as a great way to diagnose your TIPM problems by checking the proper operation of your fuel pump and testing your fuel pump relay. But our TIPM cables are mainly used to bypass a faulty fuel pump relay and keep your vehicle on the road. You can build your own using the plans below or buy one that's ready to use. With tens of thousands of TIPM cables in use around the world, it may be the most inexpensive fix you'll implement. Find your vehicle in the chart below and click on the link to find the correct TIPM cable fuse type.
Applicable Tested Vehicles for TIPM Test/Bypass Cables
To verify that our TIPM cables will work on your vehicle, please check the chart below and click on the link that will take you to the correct cable type (mini-blade fuse or micro2 fuse). If you don't know the vehicle year/model, verify that your TIPM looks similar to the following TIPMs that are compatible with our cables: mini-blade cable version (TIPM-7) or micro2 cable version (TIPM). It's normal to have fuses and relays in different locations on this style TIPM, depending on your vehicle options and model.