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Fuel pump shorting out in the fuel tank. 1993 Toyota p/u 4x4 22RE.

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  • 10ozzy Oct 07, 2010

    Replaced old pump with new one last night.Inspected all wires, mounts & connectors. Checked 2 make sure the + & the - terminals of the new pump did not show continuity. 10 miles into the test drive the check engine light comes on. Checked the new pump terminals again... continuity.

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Since the check engine light came on, there must be a trouble code stored in the computer's memory. What codes have been pulled? The diagnostic connector is located under hood, driver side, front side of shock tower, mounted on wheelwell.

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Take the whole unit out and check it out ,or replace the lot as last ime i had this problem the car caught alight ,what happens is the insulation on the wires or in the terminal connector get hot burn the insulation and short out ..

Posted on Oct 07, 2010

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