Removing fuel pump from 1993 volvo 940. I know where it is. I know where access panel is in trunk. I removed hoses and screws and actually had pump partially through access hole, but could not get it all the way out?
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Sounds like a fuel pump issue. Any more details? Does it turn over? If you elevate the back, does it start sometimes? It might be the fuel pump. When was the last time you had it replaced? They last between 70-120k miles (my experience), so depending on the last time it was replaced, it might be time for a new one. They are relatively cheap ($100-$130) if you do it yourself, but it may cost you anywhere from $300-$1000 to have it done. There is an access panel under the trunk liner that gives you access to the pump and floater, so if anyone tries to tell you that you need to replace the whole tank for $1200 (this actually happened to me once), just say "Thanks" and go somewhere else. Check for other options on the pump itself, when I asked Pep Boys, they gave me a $300 one, and I said I'd get back to them. Later I found that this Bosch that was only $130 fit was exactly what I needed.
You don't need to drop the fuel tank in a 1995 940. There is an access panel in the trunk. Under the trunk liner there is a panel to the left of the backseat access. Unscrew the 4 screws there and you should see a screw-top cover. Remove it and you will have access to the fuel pump and floater.
Locate the diagnostic unit behind left strut tower and remove its
cover.(see image) Connect selector cable to socket #2,which tests
the fuel codes. Turn the ignition switch to the ON position(engine
not running). Enter the diagnostic mode by pressing the push button
on the diagnostic unit for at least 1 second, but not more than
3 seconds. The red LED light will start to flash,count the number
of flashes in 3 flash intervals. The flashes will be seperated by
3 second intervals.Make note of all codes. If no codes are stored,the
LED will flash 1-1-1,which means the fuel system is operating correctly.
To access the ignition codes,follow the above procedure,but with
the selector cable connected to the #6 socket on the diagnostic
unit. NOTE:Turbocharged models may have seperate codes for the
turbo system and are accessse by hooking the selector cable to the