Question about Nissan Frontier
Sounds like the bearings in your fuel pump are going. These bearing are undoubtedly not replaceable without replacing the entire fuel pump.
Fix: replace fuel pump.
Difficulty of fix: moderately advanced. You have to jack up car, drain the tank at the fuel tank drain
and then disconnect fuel lines (3), unbolt the (always rusty) bolts holding the tank, then go at the fuel pump replacement procedure, remembering to replace the fuel pump gasket.
If your car has a hatch in the top of the tank for fuel pump replacement (Hondas do), then use that access to get to the part - otherwise pull the gas tank and replace it that way, While you're in there, replace fuel filter(s) and strainer too (as a matter of course).
If the problem were clogged fuel filter, you'd experience loss of power going uphill, and it would not be able to made to "come back" by mashing on the gas pedal.
Posted on Oct 08, 2010
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