Question about 1988 Mazda B2200
My 90 B2000s engine finally died last week. Ive got a replacement engine from a 94 Ford Courier which is basically identical. Ive just got the engine in and it bolted up without much of a fuss, but when i was hooking up the fuel lines i noticed that my old engine had a mechanical pump on the back of the head and the one i just dropped in hasn't. What i'm wanting to know is what/where does the fuel pump relay get its signal from (from what i've read is oil pressure? or a rev sensitive switch) and how would i go about wiring a properly functioning fuel pump that switches on and off as needed, and what the relay gets its signal from??
Just put a simple inline fuel pump from a parts store and run a power wire thats hot in run position, and your vehicle will be fine it wont flood because your carb a has a needle valve that shuts fuel off when it fills the bowl
Posted on Jan 22, 2009
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