Question about 1991 Toyota MR2
Turn the key into the on position and then off. repeat this a few times to pull fuel up to the engine.
Posted on Nov 22, 2008
Zappanut's reasonings is on target. This procedure needs to be repeated a few times. The electric pump will fill the lines until it senses pressure at the regulator. By turning the key off for a moment the pressure bleeds off. So when you repeat it starts its duty once again until pressurized. Each time this is done will eliminate any air bubbles that could be trapped. ALSO keep in mind that when a tank is sucked dry that it will also pick up 17yrs of debris thats accumulated in the bottom of the tank sooooooooo..... Fuel filter could very well do it's job by filtering the elements leaving it plugged. Even more evident if it's 17 years old also.
I've seen this many times. Hope this helps!!!
Posted on Nov 24, 2008
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