Question about Subaru GL
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I imagine you have found it by now but just in case, the fuel pump and filter are mounted on the underside of the frame just ahead of the left rear suspension.
Posted on Jul 05, 2008
1984 ,its a classic ,is it carb or fuel injection?? should imagine its carb for that age so most likely a manual pump driven from the engine ,if following the fuel line back you should find it .If no manual pump on engine then an external electric fuel pump mounted ?? possibly at back by fuel tank ,if you keep following fuel line and still cant find it then look at how many wires on sender unit in fuel tank .Four wires means its inside fuel tank two of these wires will be thiucker than the other two
Posted on Feb 14, 2009
REMOVAL & INSTALLATION
See Figure 1
Fig. Fig. 1: Fuel pump assembly mounted under the vehicle-1.8L engine
Take care to position the rubber cushion properly.
Posted on May 23, 2010
this one would best be solved step by step together. First question i have is, when you turn the key to the run position, do you hear a whirring toward the back of the vehicle, then that means your fuel pump is getting power. If you don't hear that, then it is possible that you have a bad fuel pump. Next, you will want to start looking at fuses and relays. Under your hood, there should be a block of fuses. Your car's maintenance manual should have a diagram of your fuse block letting you know which fuses and relays affect which systems. Look for any blown fuses; 3 things i would look at are a PCM fuse, a fuse in the fuel system, and a fuel pump relay. If there are any blown fuses, replace them and try to start it. If it works, you've solved the problem, if not, try swapping the fuel pump relay with another similar relay. If the relay is not working, swapping it with another should correct that problem. Try to start it, and if that works, the relay is bad. Let me know what you find looking at these items, then if it still isn't working, we'll dig into the filter and pump. Good luck
Posted on Dec 04, 2010
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