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Fuel pump my 92 accura used to stall now and again while driving. after about 30 minutes it would restart and drive fine. lately the problem has worsened.i found if i switch to a lower gear it would run. now that doesn't help. i believe its fuel related since going up hills are now impossible.

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  • tempest7874 Aug 01, 2008

    i have a 92 integra and mine will not start on hot days.



    or if i have drove it around and it gets warmed up



    ill wait 15 min or so it will start and run fine?????????????????????????????????????//?/



    throughly confused.



    i believe it is a feul issue??????????//



    please contact me at tempest7874@yahoo.com

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Yes i would reccomend test fuel pump by starting car and squeezing return line if the pump makes a real funny whinning noise the one way valve is gone and will need pump replacement

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