Re: Changing a fuel filter and fuel pump on 1994 Beretta
The pump is inside the tank and the filter is in front of the tank. you will have to remove the tank to change the pump. get as much gas out of the tank as possible then remove all the hoses to the tank then drop it. have fun
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a bad engine coolant temperature sensor will cause cold no start conditions.your coolant sensor main sensor during cold start condition because when engine coolant cold PCM will cause rich fuel mixture for cold start up when engine coolant and oxygen sensor warms up cause engine goo in close loop lean mixture.but coolant sensor is the main information sensor if bad it will cause many problems.
could be that your fuel pump may be clogged or getting ready to go out. or you fuel filter need to be changed it's between your fuel tank and engine on the fuel line..on the drivers side wall of the frame.
sometimes the tank decomposes from the inside flaking off and clogging filters, pumps, etc. always a good idea to completly remove tank and flush to check for same when changing the fuel pump. if that's your problem, you will need a new gas tank
The fuel pump is in the tank. Generally a fuel pump will not cause a car to intermitently shut off, it will only keep the vehicle from starting in its entirety. To check it, you would want to do a fuel pressure test, as well as a pressure-hold test to make sure the pump is functioning properly. It is not advised to install an external pump.
Sounds like a fuel delivery problem. Check your fuel pump and inline fliter. Pump may be going out and not delivering enough fuel or the filter is plugged and not allowing enough fuel to reach the engine.