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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
WARNING: THE FUEL SYSTEM IS UNDER A CONSTANT PRESSURE (EVEN WITH ENGINE OFF). BEFORE DRAINING FUEL TANK, FUEL SYSTEM PRESSURE MUST BE RELEASED.
Two different procedures may be used to drain fuel tank (removing fuel vent hose at fuel tank or using DRB scan tool).
The quickest draining procedure involves removing fuel vent hose at fuel tank.
As an alternative procedure, the electric fuel pump may be activated allowing tank to be drained at fuel rail connection. Refer to DRB scan tool for fuel pump activation procedures. Before disconnecting fuel line at fuel rail, release fuel pressure. Refer to the Fuel System Pressure Release Procedure in for procedures. Attach end of special test hose tool number 6541, 6539, 6631 or 6923 at fuel rail disconnection (tool number will depend on model and/or engine application). Position opposite end of this hose tool to an approved gasoline draining station. Activate fuel pump and drain tank until empty.
If electric fuel pump is not operating, tank must be drained by removing fuel vent hose. Refer to following procedures.
Fuel PUMP REMOVAL
WARNING: THE FUEL SYSTEM IS UNDER A CONSTANT PRESSURE (EVEN WITH ENGINE OFF). BEFORE SERVICING FUEL PUMP MODULE, FUEL SYSTEM PRESSURE MUST BE RELEASED.
The fuel pump module is located in top of fuel tank.
CAUTION: Whenever fuel pump module is serviced, the module gasket must be replaced.
Posted on Mar 14, 2009
Disconnect your battery and let sit for about 30 minutes. Reconnect battery, turn your key to the "on" position and wait about 7 seconds before you try to start. Listen for the hum of the fuel pump with the key on. If you don't hear anything, check fuses and wires going to fuel pump for current..
Posted on Jun 12, 2009
SOURCE: fuel pump relay hot
You could have a loose connection going to the relay. Loose or bad connections cause amperage to rise causing heat to rise. Check the plug holes where the relay pins plug in. Check for blackened metal or melting plastic around the pins. If so, check under the relay box for burnt wires, etc. and repair.
Posted on Aug 07, 2009
PO340 is the camshaft sensor, circuit malfunction
PO113 is intake air circuit--high input
PO123 is TPS sensor circuit A high input
Running your car low on oil is never good, how low was it---did it start knocking or did it overheat?
Running on low fuel is never good either, did you run out of gas and burn the fuel pump up?
Why did you replace the starter? Will the engine turn over and try to start? If your engine will crank over, check for spark at the plugs and check to see if you have fuel pressure at the fuel rail...This would be the best place to start troubleshooting.
Posted on Jul 12, 2011
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