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My outflow main at the pump burst and was replaced. Since then the Pump keeps running but not cutting off even though no one is using water. At times, even though the pump is on we are not getting the expected water pressure. I am concerned that by leaving the pump running this way I may cause damage to the pump's motor.
We need wiring diagram for achromatic 1. the power supply is 240 v 50 hz
Posted on Jan 28, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Fuel Reg........
Fuel pressure should not drop more than 5 PSI in 24 hours, the symptom you have is more than one issue, first verify the system holds fuel pressure over night, the pressure regulator will not cause this issue, the check valve built into the fuel pump will. On to the dieing concern, clean the idle speed control air bypass valve and the throttle valve with throttle body cleaner spray with the engine running at high idle, spray in at least 1/2 can of the cleaner, next disconnect the battery for 5 minutes, then drive for 2 days under varying conditions to "relearn the idle strategy".
Posted on Aug 26, 2008
the pump is connected to the cam belt and is very tricky you could do a lot of damage if you set the timing wrong. when is the timing belt due for changing it would be done then or get it done now and save money incase you run out of water and blow your head gasket
Posted on Nov 21, 2008
If the fuse and fuel pump relay check out then yes, your friend may be right. Inspect the connections to the pump and check related wiring for damage.
Posted on May 31, 2009
To access and remove the waterpump, the powersteer bracket has to be removed completely. To do this, the rear camshaft drive pulley must be removed (need a tool to hold pulley, bolt tight) and then the thin sheetmetal shield behind the pulley. This allows access to the lower powersteer bracket bolts.
Removal of the engine mount is also required to perform timing belt replacement. It also helps to increase your access room too.
I would recommend you replace the waterpump why you are there as they have a tendancy to fail at around 140000 km's.
Posted on Aug 03, 2009
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