Question about 2001 Hyundai Accent
When you turn the ignition on, it starts the fuel pump then sends fuel to the injectors. Since there is no ignition to engage the pump, it will 'starve' the vehicle of fuel. You might run a power source directly to your fuel pump but I'm NOT suggesting that because it would be wrong for me to tell you something like that... plus it could be dangerous. Remember, if you just happen to decide to do something like that, the fuel pump will not stop until you disconnect it (or it burns up). Be Careful!. Don't forget to vote if this helped you.
Posted on Apr 24, 2010
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