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Why Have You Not Changed The Tank,Gas Pump,Filter? I Did Did You Change The Injectors? I Did Then,What Was Wrong With It?

Gas Tank Corroded After From Sitting To Long FlyWheel In And At The Shop For Timing I Still Could Have A Problem With The Security Relay? And I Do,But Car Still Ran After I Performed Some Magic

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SOURCE: the engine will turn over but will not crank.

check your ecm/ign fuse in the fuse panel inside the car

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SOURCE: Help w 1994 chevrolet truck

disconnect the batt. is your fuel pump running check fuse listen for it

Posted on May 28, 2009

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SOURCE: fuel pump wiring diagram for 1998 chevy express

Well if theres power going to the relay but not out, then you need a new relay. If theres power in and out of the relay, you might need a new fuel pump. The electric fuel pumps inside the tank are actually lubricated by the fuel as it pumps it, and if it runs dry long enough, it can burn out the pump

Posted on Aug 03, 2009

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SOURCE: 95 VW Jetta No gas going to injectors. changed

It will be a black square box, usually mounts in the fuse block, above the fuses.

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SOURCE: Shop manual for 2005 Santa Fe 3.5L shows a fuel

Change to Exterior filter not the tank filter. The in tank filter is actually a sock located on the Fuel Pump in the tank. This is rarely a problem. The exterior filter is going to be in-line most likely on the passenger side of the vehicle toward the rear. Easiest way to locate it is to trace the fuel lines back tot eh front of the vehicle from the fuel tank.

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Vehicle ran out of gas, since then it does not idle and struggles when the gas pedal is depressed. What could be wrong ?


dirt clogged in line replace gas filter to see if nothing else causing such as fuel pump damage injectors dirty an so on try fuel filter first before going further

Jan 13, 2011 | 2005 Mazda Tribute

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Car will turn over but acts like getting any fuel. Fuel filter just changed about 10 months ago. Has had tune up. Has full tank of gas.


I would have the fuel filter changed again, just in case sediment from the tank is blocking fuel through the filter, and check the fuel pump. They put them in the gas tank now and they do go bad. If you jack up the back end where the gas tank is, pehaps you will have enough gravity feed to present enough fuel to the injectors to start the car. That will tell you if the fuel pump is bad.

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Car started only after several cranks, was told fuel pump replacement, is it normal with 68,000 miles?


You probably have a submersable pump. If you have run the gas on below 1/4 tank for some time, you probably burned out the pump. Alway fill up 1/2 tank or more.

And with the mileage, it isn't unusual to replace the pump.

Nov 21, 2010 | 2001 Honda CR-V

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Chugging when I accelerate


When you ran out of gas, the pump probably pucked up crud from the bottom of tge tank and clogged the fuel filter - it's not uncommon. I'd change the fuel filter, and pick up a can of Seafoam (Walmart or any auto parts store). The next time you fill up, pour the Seafoam into the tank and fill up on top of it. That'll help clean the lines, tank, and injectors. Then you should be good to go.

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I removed the injector and fuel regulator assembly from the motor all in one piece, and left the electrical lines attatched in an attempt to see if the injectors were working. I attempted to start the van...


Yes, if everything is still connected properly, except that the injectors are no longer seated int he valve head, then you should see little spurts of gas coming from them when the engine turns over.

Be aware though, that it might not be your fuel injectors that are the problem. You need to finish checking the rest of the car before making that assumption.

Once you know the injectors aren't firing, you need to check the fuel filter and the fuel pump to make sure the gas is getting from the tank to the injectors.

You should have a fuel filter located on the passenger side of your car near the gas tank. Follow the gas lines under the car to find it. It is good to change it anyways, but you can check to see if gas is coming from the tank to the filter by removing the rear line

** BE CAREFUL, Gasoline is EXTREMELY irritating to the eyes and skin, and it WILL come out when you remove the line from the filter***

If it is coming from the tank to the filter you don't have to check your pump. Then replace the rear gas line, and remove the front gas line going to the engine and make sure the filter spits out gas while the engine turns over as well.

If there is no gas getting to the fuel filter, you will need to check your fuel pump, which should be located inside the gas tank. You can check it by getting under the car while you have a friend turn the key to the "on" position, but not starting the car. Do this 4 to 6 times to make sure you hear a little "Click, woosh" type sound that lets you know the pump is triggering.

If you have gas coming from the tank, through the filter and it is still not coming through the injectors, then you will need to rebuild your fuel injectors.

This is not hard to do, and consists mostly of changing the little gaskets in the injectors. But be aware that there are lots of small parts and the job cannot be rushed. Also be aware that lumina fuel injection systems are very sensitive. Make sure to disconnect your battery cables before removing the injectors from the system.

Nov 10, 2009 | 1994 Chevrolet Lumina APV

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Engine wont stay running. Please help.


change the filter first. IF the pumpwas bad it wouldnt start at all. It could be going bad but the only way to really test it is to pull your gas tank and at that rate you may as well replace it.

you could have a clogged injector causing the lack of fuel as well. you can try injector cleaner, Lucas is my personal preference I use it at every fill-up. 4-6oz per tank of gas depending on your tank size.

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WHERE IS THE FUEL FILTER LOCATED ON LAND ROVER DISCOVERY 2000


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1989 ford bronco 302 fuel injected timing


on the bad gas part I would recommend to get some STP gas treatment with injector cleaner to put into the gas tank
try a salvage yard that has a 302 engine like yours and change the whole distributor because the shaft could be bad on that end

Jan 20, 2009 | 1989 Ford Bronco

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Help w 1994 chevrolet truck


This injector set-up needs a specific fuel pressure supplied to the fuel rail to even start, much less run properly. The fuel pump is immersed in fuel inside the gas tank to keep it cool and not burn up. Running the fuel level low causes more heat in the pump and interuptions in proper fuel pressure. AC/Delco pumps have proven to be a reliable fix, the aftermarket pumps only last for a month or two sometimes. Check fuel pressure under the hood and power and ground to fuel pump at electrical harness at top of gas tank. This truck needs a fuel pump.

Aug 18, 2008 | 1994 Chevrolet C1500

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