Question about 2005 Nissan Pathfinder
From what you have described, it very well could be the problem. They are calling the ground wire the earth ground. But they are trying to talk like an electrician. And they are not..... A car does not have a earth ground at all. It has a battery ground. But if the fuel pump lost the ground it would stop working. The next issue is, if they were telling the truth about the wire melting. That is a very bad thing. They should NOT just put a new ground on and call it good. There is a reason why the wire melted and needs to be resolved. Melting wire means lots of heat. And lots of heat in the fuel tank is very dangerous. The wiring is rated at 600 degrees. That means the wire got hotter than 600 degrees. And you don't want that in your fuel tank.
Posted on Oct 11, 2010
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