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What causes the psi on the fuel pump in the gas tank to go too high on the 4g93 gdi engine

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SOURCE: no fuel getting to the engine

Sometimes but what controls the switching is the selector thats right in front of the first tank closes to driver.Check your fuses first and have someone listen to the fuel pump and selector to hear any movement..You can also check for power at the selector if no power then follow wires up to rule out bad wires and fuses and relays..Also the thing you think is another pump is the tank selector.When you push button in dash thats what switches it to the tank you preferred..

Posted on Mar 31, 2009

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SOURCE: low fuel psi

try the fuel pressure regulator

Posted on Apr 06, 2009

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SOURCE: Spark Plugs for 1.8L 4G93 GDI Engine

the correct transmission fluid is ATF+4, any other trans fluid will spoil the transmission.
i use platinum spark plugs in my engine, works great.

Posted on May 08, 2009

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SOURCE: 4g93 gdi engine starts wont rev above 3000

Hey have you tried disconnecting and re connecting the battery? my mitsi carisma startd doing that so i rang up dealer and aparently they do it when the computer thinks there is something wrong with the engine, so it enters slow mode (or turtle mode or something) so that minimal damage is done while you drive it slowly to yr mechanic. Could be complettly wrong tho. Good luck.

Posted on Jan 17, 2011

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SOURCE: gdi 1800 cedia wagon-odometer 80,000km exact, starting, no power

i can confirm with u that the end of the intake camshaft is broken...tat's why the fuel pressure is low.intake camshaft attach to the fuel pump to boost the pressure.for sure u won't believe what i say...i've seen more than 20 gdi model having tis problem..

Posted on Nov 18, 2011

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