I have a stealth.
I changed out the electric fuel pump, it is on my table at the moment.
I have it together, althougth, I can not tell where to put the little black
o-ring, it eather goes at the end of the tan plastic cap, at the end of the new fuel pumps hi press line. Or, above the plastic cap at the end of the new fuel pumps hi press line.
The new pumps supply out, male. fits into hi press line that goes though the top of the fuel pump line, then to my chassis hi press line.
So, where do I put the little black o-ring. at the end of the new pump or about the tan plastic cap that fits over the new fuel pumps out line.
Also, my cd fails to show a diagram of the fuel pump assemble and associated o-ring. etc.
I looked online or two hours trying to find a fuel pump diagram that show this o-ring
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there is a none problem at fuel pump housing we just had 92 with same problem it finally started blowing engine fuse but were the wiring goes thro the top of the fuel pump hanger assembly there are insulators and they come apart allowing the fuel pump current to dead short at hanger asembly you may want to investigate closer hope this helps we had his ecm sent out for rebuild also sounds the same
The click you hear may be your Fuel Pump relay. I believe this is located to the right of the shifter on the side of the tunnel under the trim piece. You'll need a phillips screw-driver to remove the trim piece.
Not 100% on this one, but here goes. The fuel pump is in the fuel tank.[for sure] On most models they can be removed without removing the tank. Try to get the gas down to at least half full. [lower the better] On the back of the tank you will find a lock-ring. Turn this with a 'gentle' hammer and screwdriver by tapping it counter-clock-wise. Only needs to turn less than a quarter turn. Now the pump can be 'carefully' removed. You have already unplugged the hoses an electrical? Make sure you get it back in place propperly before trying to install the lock ring. And lube the O ring with a few drops of motor oil. If need be just use the engine dip-stick. No Smoking!! Frankster016
Haven't come across any petrol (gasoline) fuel injected vehicle that doesn't have a fuel pump relay......if you can hear the fuel pump running, the relay must be good....If the vehicle doesn't want to start, its more likely that you have some other problem.... Check to find out if you have ignition....Remember it's high voltage, so take care.... Remove one of the plug leads and with an insulated screw driver inserted where the plug fits, hold the metal part that protrudes close to a metal part that's grounded.....Somewhere on top of the engine.....Check to see if there's a spark....with a system in good condition, the spark should easily jump 5mm..... If you have spark, then check the fuel pump pressure....This needs special equipment, so it's off to the repair shop....