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Check your fuel filter, might be clogged. Usually located underneath the vehicle along the side of the tank, inline with your fuel lines. you will need fuel clamp remover. You can find the whole set of clamp removers at your local autozone for about 10 bucks
Remove the fuel pump relay then try to start vehicle, this will relieve presure in line. Some fuel will still leak out when you remoe filter. Have a pan to catch the gas, also the filter will be ful of gas.
Yes, before removing the fuel filter go ahead and pull the fuse out for the fuel pump. The location of it can be found inside your owners manual. After pulling the fuse out then start the vehicle. After it stalls then you can remove the filter. Still wear safety protection to protect yourself from the gas, have a small drain pan ready, and a couple of rags, no sparks or open flame. After the new filter is in place then cycle the ignition key on and off to prime the filter. After you start the car remember to check for leaks.
check the fuel presure reg but first check fuel ammount place fuel line un hooked in 1 galon glass jar turn ignition to run position container should fill quickly mesure fuel amount from single cycle call dealer ask what flow amount should be with single purge cycle
this will tell you if pump or filter are problem it will allow you to see if fuel filter is pooched and **** is bypassing also or if it is pluged
if results proper or close to dealer spec check fuel rail for bad fuel presure regualor if reg bad there will be little or no fuel presure even during purge cycle if flow high and finger cant hold presure if is usually fine and reg is bad pick up new reg from salvage it will cost 5 - 20 bucks and if a likely culprit
The filter is on the left side on the inner frame.About where the drivers seat area.Hope this helps.Make sure to relieve fuel pressure before removing the fuel filter or it will spray all over.You can do this by removing the fuel pump fuse and starting the vehicle and let it run til it dies.Do not turn the key back on til you are done.Make sure and reinstall the fuse.Hope this helps.Good luck.
i have an 88 chevy truck, not getting gas to come out of injectors.. getting gas all the way through the lines all the way up to the tbi but not out of injectors. pressure gage check done! new fuel regulator done! . u can put gas in the throttle body and it fires right up.??
if you have a 95 accord you dont need tp pump the throttle it is a fuel injected car the problem does lie in the fuel system the filter is a good place to start but i woud check the fuek injectors and the fuel presure regulater. and to let presure out you got to loosen the bolt on the fuel filter witch is located on the fierwall. if you have any other honda questions please let me know