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I need to know where the fuel bowl on my F250 7.3 liter leads to if that is a pump that's underneath it.

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On a 7.3 powerstroke, on the top of the engine ther is a plastic cap about 4" in diameter with 4 slots on top unscrew it fuel filter is in side it. Behind it(closer to the firewall) is the primary fuel pump

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Is this a carbed engine, that usually means mechanical fuel pump? Take fuel line loose from carb, aim into container, crank engine, does gas flow? If so, have to check float bowl in carb to see if any gas, if no gas, need a carb kit in my opinion.
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Location of fuel filter


The fuel filter is part of an assembly that includes the filter, pump, sending unit, and float for fuel gauge. Below is a pic. Although it's an expensive part, it can be accessed and replaced by removing the lower cushion portion of the back seat. This unit is right underneath the seat. Good luck!
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I have a Tecumseh OHV130 206810C. It sat idle for 2 years and was gummed up. Cleaned everything up but can only get it to run by spraying gas into the air intake. Could there be a fuel pump problem an


You follow the hose from the bottom of you fuel tank right to the fuel pump. If you don\'t have a pump, that same hose will go to your carburetor. Either way disconnect the hose from the carburetor. Put a can under hose and turn over engine. If gas flows your pump is OK. Next remove bowl off bottom of carburetor, ( with can under bowl), I believe you will find crap & water in the fuel bowl. I would drain all fuel from tank, hoses, and pump. Clean fuel bowl , you may need new bowl gasket, put in fresh fuel, try to start. Water in the fuel is a very common problem when you hear NO START. Caution when dealing with fuel, remember SAFETY, SAFETY, SAFETY, and did I forget to mention SAFETY. GOOD LUCK FRIEND.

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Do you have to reprogram the computer when you replace a fuel pump on a 98 isuzu rodeo 3.2 liters?


It may need to be reflashed, they had problems with the fuel level sensors. If it works OK I dont think I would bother, unless you have trouble codes and the diagnosis leads to a reflash. They had problems with P1441

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I accidentally put diesel into the car, about 10 litres. What do I need to do to rectify this?


Hi, you will need to pump it out. It is best if you can pump it from the fuel rail, so that only a minimal amount would get into the injectors. You can do this by removing the fuel return hose from the fuel pressure regulator and attaching a hose that you will lead to a bucket. With the hose in the bucket, turn the key on so the fuel pump runs. If the fuel pump will not stay on, please get back to me, and I will provide a relay bypass procedure toi keep the pump running. With the pump running, the diesel should come out the return port into the bucket. If it comes out too slowly, try pulling a vacuum on the vacuum hose that's attached to the regulator. You can use your mouth to pull the vacuum if you attach a clean hose. Once you have all of the diesel out, put in some petrol and pump a couple liters of that through as well. Then reconnect the hoses, and the car should start OK. Please let me know if you have questions.

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U can see that the fuel pump is working but the car will not start. We have changed the fuel filter an there is gas getting to the carborator but very little. If u put gas directly into the carborator it...


There is a fuel pump relay but no pressure relay. If the pump is working then that eliminates the relay as the cause. I would disconect the fuel line to the carburetor and check the fuel pressure there. I believe it is supposed to be 12-14lbs. If it is less, the pump could be going bad.

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Underneath your hood, behind the passenger side headlight, behind the core support, is a bank of 2-8 relays. One of those relays is the relay needed for your fuel pump. There will also be a fuel pump relay fuse located there. The relay designation should be on the cover of the relay compartment.

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