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I think my car may actually have been thrown together with two different motor parts. It seems to have parts from a 2.2l and parts from a 2.6l engine in it. Like someone rigged it up swapping motors out at one time. Could you tell me where to find the electric fuel pump on the 1984 chrysler new yorker E 2.6l and I also need to know where to find the efi system parts on the car. If the car has a tiny tube with two wire sticking out of the back of the carb that is the electric fuel injection right? not sure but I think there is something in the carburetor keeping the fuel from pumping. It's almost as if the fuel pump in the block is just there to be there. I am pretty sure it's in right, and everything is hooked up right. Is it possible for the electric fuel pump to be mounted to the front passenger side of the car right above the ignition coil? Not sure what the thing is mounted there but it has two vacuum lines that come out of the front and just a screw in the back of it. Kind of a strange part I thought, but both lines from it do run directly into the side of the carburetor. I was told this car didn't have fuel injection but I have found evidence of there being left over parts still mounted in the car that at one time I think this car was fuel injected. Any ideas on where to find those electric fuel injection parts at?
Pump in gas tank from there follow wires to find efi
Posted on Nov 20, 2013
Testimonial: "I wanted to know where I might look if a electric fuel pump is installed externally. And I still need to know where to look for the efi system parts. Would the little round cylinder with two wires in the back of the carb cause the car not to get fuel if it is bad? Do you know the name of this part?"
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I would check the wires that make the injector function to see how much power is going to them (using a multimeter). Now check the wires on the injector that is not working and see if you have power there. If you do then you have a bad injector. I don't think you do since you said that you switch wires and you are getting fuel at that injector. Check your wiring harness for shorted out wires. It doesn't make sense for one side to be working and the other not to be. I don't think it is a problem with your ECU, but it may be. See what colors the wires are going to your injectors and trace them back to the ECU, a wiring diagram would help. You need to check to see if you are getting power from the control module to the harness. I believe, however, you are experience a shorted out wire somewhere in the harness. That is where I would start. If you confirm you are getting power to the control module, but you are losing it somewhere in the harness it may be easier to just run a new set of wires instead of tearing apart the harness.
Posted on Apr 16, 2010
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