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Fuel pump problems - 2002 Honda CR-V

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  • yadayada
    yadayada Feb 17, 2012

    Can you add a littel more detail like what are these problems exactly?

  • peacock702
    peacock702 Dec 10, 2012

    car runs fine then all of a sudden stps and takes ages to restart

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What kind problems are you having.a lot of stalling out. change fuel filter,replace fuel pump relay first before ruling out fuel pump problems,check fuel pressure should be 38 - 46 psi.

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