Question about 1988 Mazda B2200
My truck has 210,000 miles on it, and it only does this occasionally. It has no catalytic converter and good compression in the exhaust. The fuel filter is clean, the mass air flow looks good. It leaks oil pretty bad and the spark plugs look fouled, I'm changing them out tomorrow. It is fuel injected and has an in-tank fuel pump. Is there a way to check the pump for problems? I've undone the line and cranked the engine and gas shoots out. So I know the pump is working partially, how do I find out if it is working properly or if it needs replaced? Or is there another problem that is causing this? Like I said it doesn't always do this, I drove it tonight and it ran like a champ, but something is wrong and I don't know what.
You need to run a pressure check on the fuel line with the appropriate gauge.
Posted on Mar 07, 2009
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