Question about 1994 Mazda 626
In the gas tank. Also referred to as the "fuel sending unit" Which is the pump, screen and sender (float that sends the signal to the gas gauge) If it just stopped working get under the car and hit the tank a few times with a hammer. You don't need to hit it hard. Usually a few whacks will free up the pump and it will work again for a bit. At least long enough to get to a repair shop and save the tow cost.
Posted on May 01, 2010
In the gas tank
Posted on May 01, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
1. Relieve the fuel pressure and disconnect the negative battery cable.
2. If not already removed, depress the clips on each end of the rear seat cushion and remove the cushion.
3. If not already done, detach the electrical connector from the fuel pump/sending unit.
4. Remove the attaching screws from the fuel pump/sending unit access cover and remove the cover.
5. Disconnect the fuel supply and return hoses from the fuel pump/sending unit.
6. Remove the attaching screws and the fuel pump/sending unit from the fuel tank.
7. Detach the sending unit electrical connector, remove the sending unit attaching nuts and remove the sending unit from the fuel pump assembly.
1. Attach the sending unit to the fuel pump assembly and install the nuts. attach the sending unit electrical connector.
2. Install the fuel pump/sending unit into the fuel tank with a new gasket and install the mounting screws.
3. Connect the fuel supply and return lines.
4. Install the access cover and the mounting screws.
5. Attach the sending unit electrical connector.
6. Position the rear seat cushion over the floor, making sure to align the retaining pins with the clips. Push down firmly until the two retaining pins are locked into the rear seat retaining clips.
7. Connect the negative battery cable, start the engine and check for proper system operation and for fuel leaks.
Posted on Jun 13, 2009
yes it isn't that much if you buy them.they slide inside the coupler and release the line.
Posted on Dec 27, 2009
Testimonial: "Thank you didn't know if there was a tool for this."
you will find it in the fuse box under the hood in the engine compartment,lift the lid and inside everything is labeled.
Posted on Jan 27, 2010
The fuelpump is located in the fueltank and is accessible by removing the rear seat squab. Under the squab is a service panel that will have a few screws holding it down. remove the panel and instead of removing the pump try giving it a firm rap with a hammer handle or piece of solid wood taking care not to damage the wiring or fuel lines exiting the top of the pump assembly. This may be enough to get the pump to work again.
Posted on Aug 21, 2010
Answer to question Where is the Fuel Pump relay on a 1999 Mazda 626.
The relay in in the cover box that contain a variety of fuses just behind the batterty on the driver side of the car. One has to press the tab and remove the cover to see the relay. The cover give a brief description of the fuse and relay locations, but does not call it fule pump relay. The blue arrow point to the fuel pump relay
Posted on Feb 21, 2011
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