Question about 1989 Toyota Pickup SR5
Howzit everybody, I gots a question about Holley Electric Fuel Pumps, I replace my old pump with a new holley red electric pump on my toyota truck.. after the installation I drove it around the block then came back home, look under the truck to see if there were leaks but none. I felt the pump & it seems kinda hot.. is this normal for the pumps to be like that or is there something wrong, I'm only noticing it now although this is my 3rd pump i'm going through... the pump has 12v going through it & the grd is pretty much good.. I'm only running 2-2.5psi of fuel for the weber 32/36.. any mechanics out there with knowledge on these pumps would be greatly appreciated.. thanks
Get rid of the holley get a diff. brand pump have had nothing but problems with holley pumps
Posted on Feb 06, 2009
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