I think i need to change the fuel pump of a 1995 Honda Accord Ex
Car has been sitting for months. Ran great but hasn't been started for a while. Turns over good. When you spray carb cleaner into intake it fires right up. I Disconnected the fuel lines leading into the injectors and saw it looked like a couple of drops of gas struggling to come out. I was told I have to drop the gas tank and change the fuel pump, possibly the whole fuel pump assembly. Any words of wisdom?
Re: I think i need to change the fuel pump of a 1995...
If you have a 1995 Accord EX 2.2, the fuel pump is not in the gas tank but rather on the chasis near the left rear wheel. See this page for more details. Further, when the ignition is in the run positiion, you can hear the pump running. If you can't then check your wiring and your ground located in the trunk under the liner on the passenger side of the car right behing the rear seats. Good luck!
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could be a couple of things. first make sure the battery is good for sure (have it tested and charged if needed) check for airflow (rodents...yes little animals can crawl into your air intake and make a little nest...i had one that actually chewed on my air filter a bit) and clear it out. Lastly check your fuel, see if the lines ran dry. after sitting there for a while the pressure in your fuel line dissipates and could actually drain completely into your gas tank...which means you have have to keep trying to start untill all the fuel lines are filled with gas. You could also just click your car on (not the last switch which starts you car... the one before it like when you drive) and just leave it for a few minutes.It powers up your fuel pump and pressurizes the lines. These things SHOULD get your car started otherwise something might have frozen up, like a fuel pump or starter or the engine itself although i would think the latter unlikely. check the 3 things first...Battery, Airflow, and Fuel delivery. hope this helps
well check and make sure that it's getting fuel by checking fuel pump,fuel filter,and fuel pump relay,then also check to make sure that it is getting spark,by checking your coil,cap and rotor,and plug wires..then also check your timing belt you can check to make sure your timing belt is fine by taking off the oil cap and making sure that your lifters are all move also nown as your top end..