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Car keeps stalling has all new parts

Car keeps stalling module changed fuel pump changed fuel filter changed fuel line changed and gas tank changed. Also check engine lightr comes on then goes off

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    mike loshbough May 11, 2010

    what is the code it could be a throttle position sensor!

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Run it into autozone or Pep Boys and get a free trouble code scan, and see what comes up, then we can go from there.

Posted on May 26, 2009

  • fordexpert Jan 26, 2012

    This is an old post. But the car may not make it to drive there.

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Fuel filter


09 the filter is part if the pump module in the the tank,
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Jun 03, 2013 | 2009 Chevrolet Impala

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My gas gauge dosent work how can I fix it


You will need to remove the gas tank and replace the fuel level sensor inside the fuel tank.
The level sensor is part of the electric fuel pump "module" Here is how to change that part.
  • 1. Start the van's engine. Open the fuel cap and remove the fuel pump relay from the engine's fuse box. Look for the engine to stall, signaling that the fuel pressure is gone.
  • 2Disconnect the van's negative battery cable.
  • 3. Unbolt the fuel tank's straps and lower the tank just enough to access the fuel pump flange. You can have a second person lower the tank, but it might be easier to use a floor jack with a wood block.
  • 4Remove the small locking pin on the pump's electrical connector with needle-nose pliers, and disconnect the electrical connector. Press the retainer tabs on the fuel lines and disconnect them from the pump.
  • 5Unscrew the pump's locking ring with a strap wrench or a similar hand-made tool that can grip the large ring and turn it.
  • 6Pull the water pump out of the tank, then remove and discard the O-ring from the fuel tank.
  • 7Pry back the locking tabs connecting the inlet filter to the pump reservoir using a thin screwdriver and remove the filter. This is only needed if this filter is in good condition and you must transfer it to the new pump.
Installation
  • 8Lubricate the O-ring for the filter with engine oil and connect it to the outlet of the filter. Push the filter onto the pump reservoir's inlet and make sure the locking tabs engage.
  • 9Install a new O-ring onto the seating hole on the fuel tank.
  • 10Insert the pump module into the tank, tilting it at an angle and making sure you don't damage the filter or the pump float. Make sure the module is properly seated.
  • 11Screw the retaining ring into position on the pump module.
  • 12Reconnect the fuel lines to the pump using their quick-connect fittings and the electrical connector with its locking pin.
  • 13Connect the tank back to the van using its straps and strap bolts.
  • 14Reconnect the fuel pump relay and negative battery cable

Jul 02, 2012 | 2000 Chrysler Grand Voyager

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Can you get to the fuel pump and filter under the back seat on a 2004 kia optima 4cyl.


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Raisethe trunk lid and access the fuel tank service cover in the upperright-hand side of the trunk ledge. Remove the cover and unplug theelectrical connector that powers the fuel pump. Start the carand let it run until the engine dies. This will remove thehigh-pressure fuel that is in the line so fuel will not spray when theline is disconnected. Test for voltage by probing the positive andnegative fuel pump wires with a test-light. Make sure there is avoltage signal to the pump. If there is, the pump is defective. Turnthe key off when the car stalls and replace the pump.
Disconnectthe fuel feed line with the quick disconnect feature that is part ofthe fuel line fitting. Squeeze the two tangs of the connector and pullthe hose off. Remove the fuel vapor hose that goes to the vaporcanister by loosening the clamp and pulling the hose off the vaporport. Remove the retainer ring that holds the pump assembly in placeusing a small shop hammer and screwdriver. Lightly tap the screwdriveragainst the indents on the retaining ring until it unscrews. (The ringlooks like a large lid that screws to a jar.) Completely loosen thering and remove the pump module by lifting it up and out.
Install a new pump module into the opening. The new module will comecomplete, including a new fuel filter. No parts will need to betransferred from the old pump module. Push the new module into the fueltank and tighten the retaining ring into place. Snap the fuel feed lineinto place, making sure there is a distinctive snap as the line locksin. Install the vapor line and tighten the hose clamp. Do not leavethis line off or fuel vapors will enter the car. Plug the wiringharness in, and replace the pump cover. Start the car.


  • 3 Installa new pump module into the opening. The new module will come complete,including a new fuel filter. No parts will need to be transferred fromthe old pump module. Push the new module into the fuel tank and tightenthe retaining ring into place. Snap the fuel feed line into place,making sure there is a distinctive snap as the line locks in. Installthe vapor line and tighten the hose clamp. Do not leave this line offor fuel vapors will enter the car. Plug the wiring harness in, andreplace the pump cover. Start the car.

  • Read more: How to Replace a Fuel Pump on a 2004 KIA Optima ' eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/how_7338021_replace-pump-2004-kia-optima.html#ixzz1Xa8IJn5n

  • 2 Disconnectthe fuel feed line with the quick disconnect feature that is part ofthe fuel line fitting. Squeeze the two tangs of the connector and pullthe hose off. Remove the fuel vapor hose that goes to the vaporcanister by loosening the clamp and pulling the hose off the vaporport. Remove the retainer ring that holds the pump assembly in placeusing a small shop hammer and screwdriver. Lightly tap the screwdriveragainst the indents on the retaining ring until it unscrews. (The ringlooks like a large lid that screws to a jar.) Completely loosen thering and remove the pump module by lifting it up and out.
  • 3 Installa new pump module into the opening. The new module will come complete,including a new fuel filter. No parts will need to be transferred fromthe old pump module. Push the new module into the fuel tank and tightenthe retaining ring into place. Snap the fuel feed line into place,making sure there is a distinctive snap as the line locks in. Installthe vapor line and tighten the hose clamp. Do not leave this line offor fuel vapors will enter the car. Plug the wiring harness in, andreplace the pump cover. Start the car.

  • Read more: How to Replace a Fuel Pump on a 2004 KIA Optima ' eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/how_7338021_replace-pump-2004-kia-optima.html#ixzz1Xa7yPJ56

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    Like most late model Chrysler products this car doesn't have an external "IN LINE" fuel filter, the filter is a very fine mess Nylon sock that goes over the inlet of the fuel pump inside the fuel tank, it is never serviced unless the fuel pump is replaced. This has been the norm since the late 90's. You can buy the strainer separately if you still desire to replace it. See picture below and part number.
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    Removal & Installation To Remove:
    1. Before servicing the vehicle, refer to the precautions in the beginning of this section.
    2. Shift the vehicle into NEUTRAL and position it on a hoist.
    3. Release the fuel pressure.
    4. Disconnect the negative battery cable.
    5. Remove the fuel tank filler cap.
    6. Drain as much fuel from the tank as possible.
    7. Using suitable hose pinching pliers, clamp the fuel tank filler hose. Clamp the fuel tank filler hose in the location shown ford-05-00-396.gif

    8. Disconnect the three quick connect couplings from the fuel tank tubes at the tank.
    9. Disconnect the fuel pump electrical connector.
    10. Disconnect the fuel filter inlet tube from the filter.
    11. Position a suitable lifting device under the fuel tank.
    12. Remove the two fuel tank support strap bolts.
    13. Lower the fuel tank to access the fuel pump module while swinging the fuel tank support straps away from the tank.
    14. Clean the area around the fuel pump mounting flange.
    15. Disconnect the fuel pump module electrical connector and the fuel pump module fuel outlet tube.
    16. Using the special tool, turn the fuel pump module retaining ring counterclockwise and remove it. CAUTION
      The fuel pump module must be handled carefully to avoid damage to the float arm, filter and convolute hoses.
    17. Turn the fuel pump module counterclockwise and the fuel pump module will release from the locking tabs. Remove the fuel pump module from the fuel tank.
    To Install:
    1. Install the fuel pump module in the fuel tank.
    2. Connect the fuel pump module electrical connector and the fuel pump module fuel outlet tube.
    3. Raise the tank into position and install the mounting strap bolts. Tighten the bolts to 26 ft-lbs (35 Nm).
    4. Connect the fuel lines and electrical connectors at the fuel tank.
    5. Lower the vehicle and refill the tank.
    6. Connect the negative battery cable.
    7. Turn the ignition key to the ON position to pressurize the fuel system.
    8. Visually inspect the fuel system for leaks.
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    Aug 19, 2010 | 2001 Ford Taurus

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    I need to change my fuel filter in my 98 Dodge Intrepid. I know I need to drop the gas tank, but I'll be honest I've never did this before. I would like to have pictures to see what it looks like.


    300M, Concorde, Intrepid, LHS, 1998-2004 - Fuel Filter Removal & Installation The fuel filter mounts to the frame rail in front of the fuel tank. The inlet and outlet ends of the filter are marked for installation purposes. Install the fuel filter making certain that it is properly orientated.

    NOTE The fuel filter is part of the fuel pressure regulator mounted on the fuel pump module.
    1. Before servicing the vehicle, refer to the Precautions section.
    2. Properly relieve the fuel system pressure.
    3. Lower the fuel tank.
    4. Remove or disconnect the following:
      Negative battery cable Purge and vent lines Fuel line from the pressure regulator Filter/regulator by pushing in the locking tab, turning the regulator to unlock it and pulling the it straight up
    To install:


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    Fig. Cut away view of the fuel filter/pressure regulator
    1. Push the fuel filter/regulator into the fuel pump module and turn to lock it into position.
    2. Connect the fuel lines and install the tank.
    3. Start the engine, check for leaks and repair if necessary.


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    The in-tank fuel pump module contains the fuel pump and pressure regulator which adjusts fuel system pressure. Fuel pump voltage is supplied through the fuel pump relay.

    The fuel pump is serviced as part of the fuel pump module. The fuel pump module is installed in the top of the fuel tank and contains the electric fuel pump, fuel pump reservoir, inlet strainer fuel gauge sending unit, fuel supply and return line connections and the pressure regulator. The inlet strainer, fuel pressure regulator and level sensor are the only serviceable items. If the fuel pump requires service, replace the fuel pump module.
    1. Before servicing the vehicle, refer to the Precautions section.
    2. Properly relieve the fuel system pressure.
    3. Remove or disconnect the following:
      Negative battery cable Fuel tank
    4. Clean the top of the tank to remove any loose dirt.
      Fuel lines from the fuel pump module by squeezing the quick-connect fitting with thumb and forefinger

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      Fig. Using special tool 6856, remove the fuel pump module locknut
      Fuel pump module electrical connector from the top of the fuel pump module
    5. Using special tool 6856, remove the fuel pump locknut by turning it counterclockwise.
      CAUTION The fuel reservoir of the fuel pump module does not empty out when the tank is drained. The fuel in the reservoir may spill out when the module is removed.
    6. Remove the fuel pump and O-ring from the tank and discard the O-ring.
    To install:
    1. Thoroughly clean all parts. Wipe the seal area of the tank clean. Place a new O-ring on the ledge between the tank threads and the pump module opening.
    2. Position the fuel pump module in the tank. Be sure the alignment tab on the underside of the pump module flange sits in the corresponding notch in the fuel tank.
    3. While holding the fuel pump module in place install the locking ring and torque to 40 inch lbs. (5 Nm) using special tool 6856 or a spanner-type tool.
    4. Install or connect the following:
      Fuel tank Fuel pump module electrical connector Negative battery cable
    5. Fill the fuel tank with fuel. Install the fuel filler cap. Turn the ignition switch to the ON position to pressurize the system. Check the fuel system for leaks.
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    May 11, 2010 | 1998 Dodge Intrepid

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    in the fuel filter:So that when fuel filter is removed ,no fuel will spill on the vehicle and no parts are lost.Locate the fuel filter ,disconnect lines at fuel filter, observe safety practices . if the filter is worn out or dirty rather clean it or replace it and install new fuel filter.
    the fuel lines : So that fuel will flow freely and no abstraction within the fuel lines. Locate fuel lines, visual inspection on duel line for learage, disconnect lines at fuel pump and fuel tank, Use compress air to remove sediments on fuel lines re-install fuel lines to the unit. but if the fuel lines are worn out it should be replaced. If the owner of the car don't have time to service the fuel pump , the fuel lines ,the fuel filter . then the owner of the car should go to a car shop mechanic and let the car mechanic to do the job

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    I have had the same problem. I changed fuel filter, added fuel injector cleaner, still runs rough as hell at a idle. Didnt think it could be the fuel pump, because ran ok at hiway speeds, it only stalled when giving less gas, not more. So in theory I figured couldn't be fuel pump. I was so wrong. At hiway speeds you have inertia, engine is running faster already etc. Its the fuel pump. 90% of the time in GM cars thats what it is when it behaves this way.
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    In the tank, the following is a run down of how to replace it..

    This is actualy a pretty involved repair. You have to have the car jacked up on all 4 corners, or up on a car lift. Disconnected battery, and it is recomended you have as much gas as posible drained from the tank. Then underneath the car you will find the tank with 2 staps holding it in place. Those staps should be taken off or at least out of the way while the tank is being supported. There are vacume lines, the fuel fill and vent lines, and the wiring harness that all have to be unhooked. Once you are sure that all lines are disconnected, drop the tank and pull to the side. Wash the top of the tank off, there will be dirt and rocks on top of it, and you need to get all of these out of the way. You will see where the wiring harness goes into the fuel sending unit. Around that peice is a slide ring that has to be gently hammered counter clockwise. Once it is free from its retaining clips, the fuel sending unit will have to be wiggled out very carefully. Once out, you will see the fuel pump mounted in line on the fuel sending unit. You will have to work out how its mounted in line, and get it off and unplugged. Reinstall the new fuel pump and reverse the procedure.
    Parts needed:
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    Hope this helps!

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