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How to hook up fuel pump hoses - 2000 Plymouth Voyager

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Push the hose connectors onto the pump !

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How To Drain Fuel Tank On 2005 Jeep Liberty Gas Tank


here is the Cherokee page.
read chapter, 14, page 19 on..
shows all way there, and is not easy.
why do this.
is pressure low
pump dead
is there 12vdc to pump cranking, (no? then dont do this)

http://www.jeep4x4center.com/knowledge-base/index.htm?utm_source=cj#service

i have the KJ pages here. (line # messed up)
Two different procedures may be used to drain fuel
tank: through the fuel fill fitting on tank, or using a
scan tool.
The quickest draining procedure involves removing
the rubber fuel fill hose (7) (Fig. 25) from fuel tank
fitting.
As an alternative procedure, the electric fuel pump
may be activated allowing tank to be drained at fuel
rail connection. Refer to DRB scan tool for fuel pump
activation procedures. Before disconnecting fuel line
at fuel rail, release fuel pressure. Refer to the Fuel
System Pressure Release Procedure for procedures.
Attach end of special test hose tool number 6541,
6539, 6631 or 6923 at fuel rail disconnection (tool
number will depend on model and/or engine application).
Position opposite end of this hose tool to an
approved gasoline draining station. Activate fuel
pump and drain tank until empty.
If electric fuel pump is not operating, fuel must be
drained through fuel fill fitting at tank. Refer to following
procedures.
(1) Release fuel system pressure.
(2) Raise vehicle.
(3) If equipped, remove fuel tank skid plate.
(4) Thoroughly clean area around fuel fill fitting
(6) (Fig. 26) and rubber fuel fill hose (1) at side of
fuel tank. After cleaning, loosen fuel fill hose clamp
(2) at tank.
(5) Before removing rubber hose (1) (Fig. 26) from
fitting, note hose orientation while referring to marks
(3) and (4).
6) Disconnect rubber fuel fill hose at fuel tank fitting
(2) (Fig. 27). Using an approved gas holding
tank, drain fuel tank through this fitting.
Tank Removal
(1) If equipped, remove fuel tank skid plate and
tow hooks. Certain equipment packages will also
require removal of the trailer hitch. Refer to Tow
Hooks, Trailer Hitch or Skid Plate in 23, Body for
removal/installation procedures.
(2) Disconnect and separate fresh air tube (6) (Fig.
28) quick-connect fitting.
(3) Disconnect air tubes at front of NVLD pump
(9) (Fig. 28).
(4) Disconnect NVLD pump (9) (Fig. 28) electrical
connector.
(5) Disconnect fuel pump module electrical connector
jumper. This is located near front of fuel tank.
(6) Support tank with a hydraulic jack.
(7) Remove 4 fuel tank strap bolts (10) (Fig. 28) (2
at front of tank; 2 at rear of tank), and remove both
tank support straps.
(8) Carefully lower tank a few inches.
(9) Continue lowering tank while guiding remaining
hoses and lines through plastic isolator sleeve (3)
(Fig. 29).
(10) If fuel tank is to be replaced, remove NVLD
pump and fuel pump module from tank. Refer to
Fuel Pump Module Removal/Installation procedures.
end , tank out.

why not login to alldata.com and read
or buy the FSM,, and get all pages of chapter 14, end to end.

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How do I hook up the fuel hoses when reassembling from macanical to a universal fuel pump ??


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1971 buick 455 fuel pump diagram


The pump has an inlet and an outlet. To find the inlet (coming from the tank), hold your finger over the openings and have someone crank the engine over. The fitting that has suction on it is the inlet-hose from tank goes there. The hose to the carburetor goes onto the pump's outlet fitting (with clamps).

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Fuel pump


the fuel pump is in the fuel tank drop the fuel tank hopefully tank is empty as you drop tank down slowly there are some electrical plugs and hose that need to be disconnected disconnect those and now you will have tank on the ground there is a slip lock ring that holds the fuel pump assembly in place probally in the center of tank its where the hoses hooked up to the small ones turn it tell it unlocks and remove assembly

May 28, 2013 | Dodge Charger Cars & Trucks

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Need to drain the gas


Hook a fuel pressure gauge to fuel rail on motor
& jump relay to pump out fuel

Stop before the tank is empty or you ruin the pump

If it is dead-- try a vinyl hose down the filler to syphon
or remove the rubber filler hose to tank & put hose in there

Not a fun job

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Fuel pumps not working


the fuel pump is in the gas tank you will need to drop the tank its held up by two straps when you take it down un hook the filler hose the air vent and fuel lines when you get the tank all the way down the pump is hooked to the fuel lines in the tank

Apr 26, 2011 | 1991 Ford Explorer

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New fuel pump new regulater .fuel pump runs but will not prime up and shut off


sounds like you hooked the hoses up wrong at the pump unit or you have a bad fuel filter...replace the filter first..then check those hoses and clamps.

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We are trying to replace a fuel pump for a 98 pontiac transport 3.4L and we are not sure which fuel lines hook up to which line on the fuel pump


the center fitting on the fuel pump is for the evap hose. It will have a different connector than the two fuel hoses.

The fuel pressure hose is the larger diameter. The return line is the smaller diameter. If you look carefully at the two outside fittings on the fuel pump module you will notice they are two different sizes. The return line will only fit on the smaller diameter fitting.

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How do I tell if my problem is the fuel pump or fuel pump regulator? I don't hear the fuel pump when I turn on the ignition


Remove the fuel line from the fuel filter inlet side, it should be marked with an arrow, but either hose will give you the same result. NOTE: Be careful though as the fuel is under pressure so remove the hose slowly and try to relieve the pressure before you pull the hose right off.Make sure is not HOT.

Then put the hose you have taken off into a bottle and turn the key to the on position first, if you see fuel coming out then the pump is ok. If no fuel then turn the key to the starting position and crank the engine over for a couple of seconds. If no fuel your fuel pump is faulty. The fuel pressure regulator should only be tested with a fuel pressure gauge. But see how you get on with the fuel pump first. Good luck, let me know how you get on.

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Changed feul pump feul filter changed computer. Van still shutdow


this could be a number of problems,check the voltage with a volt meter,not a test light at the fuel pump connection. make sure you have 12V,if so unhook the fuel supply line,turn key to ON not START, and make sure the pump will continue to flow,( obviously cqatch the fuel with a pail,or put a hose on it to pump it into a pail,don't let it leak all over the place.)if the pump continues to flow with out shutting off,your pump,filter,and electrical for your pump is ok.it could be a restriction in the return line,or the regulator may not be functioning.un hook the return line as close to engine as possible,install hose on it and route to a pail to catch fuel,with supply line hooked back up,start van and see if it works,if it keepd shutting off,you've now eliminated return line problems.check the regulator.

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