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Fuel pump I have a 1986 Honda Accord, the problem is the fuel pump doesnt run. I believe it may be the relay switch or the fuse but im not sure. its my first car. Normally when i would turn on the car to ACC you could hear the fuel pump running which my mom told me not to keep it on ACC so it didnt back up gas. But really i have no idea what im doing. Everyone else is telling me what it could be. ANY OTHER OPTIONS I WOULD APPRECIATE IT.

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  • gbabiioxo Dec 29, 2008

    i know that my car has two pumps one under the hood and one in the gas tank itself.

  • gbabiioxo Dec 29, 2008

    ha ive never heard of two either but thats what people are telling me. but i will try that. THANKS FOR THE HELP!! :)

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You can run an electric pump under the body of the car and it will bypass the one in the tank and the relay on the old one.

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  • Ronnie Houston Dec 29, 2008

    an electric one would bypass the one in the tank and i think you have a filter under the hood.ive not heard of a car with 2 fuel pumps yet..try the electric fuel pump

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