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test the fuse with a multimeter set to resistance ,then turn ignition on and with fuse removed check for a 12v supply on the fuse ..ie earth neg and pos to the fuse holder ,if you have power and fuse is ok then suspect the fuel pump in the tank ..1993?? it could be worn out
This fuel punp is not removed by dropping the take like so many. It is under an access panel under the rear seat. To change the fuel pump follow these instructions.
1. Determine which fuel pump your Mitsubishi Galant will need. This depends not only on the make and model, but also the engine size.
2. Prepare your car for service to the fuel pump. Relieve the fuel system pressure and disconnect the negative battery cable with a socket wrench. Take out the rear seat cushion. You will need to pull the seat stopper out and lift up the lower cushion. You can now remove the access cover. 3. Unplug the fuel pump's electrical connection and disconnect the fuel send and return hose. Remove the retaining cap for the fuel pump with tool MB991480 and remove the fuel pump. 4. Install the packing material on the fuel tank. Replace it if the packing material is damaged or deformed. Install the new fuel pump and align the marks on the floor pan and fuel pump.
5. Complete the installation by reversing the removal procedure.
This should take care of you. Let me know if this helped you.
not sure these are related. battery light is due to alternator failure. Oil light is due to oil pump wear. The oil pump may work OK for a couple more years. Replace it if it gets much worse (if light comes on above 1000 rmp). The alternator must be replace now.
yes. Depending on where your fuel filter is located, you can disconnect the fuel line at the fuel filter and then try to crank the car over. If it spits fuel out of the disconnected line your pump is working, if not then it's bad. Another way to tell, but not always is when you car is started you hear a high pitched whining sound from the tanks. This is usually (again, not always) an indication of a fuel pump about to fail.
firstly, is this a Gdi engine? if the engine revs ok when on park and neutral, but loses power when on a gear while driving, most likely your GDi pump is malfunctioning. i experienced this problem twice already and the pump was the problem on both occasions. the car works fine and malfunctions sometimes until the pump stops working and the car can hardly drive and then it stops starting altogether. the pump is fairly easy to replace.