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Fuel Delivery? Just had Fuel Pump replaced and have driven @ 100 miles commuting to work. Stopped for errand, backed out to start forward and died just like when fuel pump went out. Checked fuses-okay. Another bad pump???

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  • jeffandmeg Nov 03, 2008

    The solution was finally found to be a defective Purolator Fuel Filter causing back pressure against the pump. This blew out the pump line.

    Please check fuel pressure upon replacing the fuel pump and filter. Mine was reading @ 95 psi whereas it should be @ 65.

    My mechanic was able to give credit as defective pumps but ruined two until the solution was found. Of course the warranty on the new/ old filter was 30 days and I am sure they would have only refunded the cost of the filter irregardless it caused the premature failure of my fuel pump, the cost $200+, plus labor and inconvenience and $ having my vehicle towed. NO MORE PURALATOR for me!

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Did you check the old pump?
were you sure that there was power to it?
i have run into this many times that people replace the pump without checking power?
so do you have power to the pump?
i have had a bad wiring harness or bad connection do this same thing. and when the fuel pump is removed the wiring gets moved around and make a connection again but not for long.
so chek power as close to the pump as you can

Posted on Sep 19, 2008

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    paul erickson Nov 04, 2008

    i wouldnt let puralator off on this . they stand behind there filters you need to contact them im sure they would be glad to reinburse you for your cost of repair and they need to check to make sure this doesnt happen again.

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