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Re: Gas not getting to engine
Hi. Have you change the fuel pump relay?
If not change the relay, The original number is, RZ0088.
In the fuse box below the steering column. Is there a fuse for fuel pump.
The relay is a common problem for this cars.
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Most modern vehicles do not not have an inline filter. The filter is built into the fuel pump that is in the gas tank. It not designed to replaced as regular maintenance.
If you think the engine is starving for fuel you need to have a competent mechanic check the fuel pressure at the injection system.
very small hands it should be under hood on driver side firewall.no hard at all just tight space.some Honda fuel filters are under car right by the tank also easy to change make sure you look at filter and put flow toward engine (arrow)
Heet will not fix a bad fuel filter. See if it is bad and replace it if it is. the fuel filter is on the passenger side engine wall at the rear of the engine compartment. It looks about the size of an oil filter with a steel band around the center that secures it to the firewall.
A clogged fuel filter or problems with the electrical system
powering the fuel pump can result in symptoms similar to a failed fuel
pump. Have the shop verify that the pump is the problem before
The fuel filter should always be replaced when replacing the fuel pump.
A failing fuel pump will not create enough pressure in the
fuel system, potentially resulting in a loss of engine power or a "no
start" condition. You may also have a lean running condition that can
set a diagnostic trouble code and turn on the Check Engine Light.
Fuel pumps require replacement if they leak or begin making too much noise, which is a sign of malfunction. the fuel pump relay is located under hood inside a box with alot of other fuses in it and relay it will be maked fuel pump relay
IMPORTANT: Do not skip the fuel system pressure release step. Injury and other damage can result! Safety Step! Relieving Fuel System Pressure
· allow engine to cool · relieve fuel system pressure · put on your eye protection Before you begin the job of replacing your fuel filter, you must
relieve the pressure in your fuel system. A fuel injection system
operates under very high pressure. If you don't release this pressure
before you start unscrewing fuel lines the result can be explosive. Do
this before you attempt to change the fuel filter. To release the
pressure in your fuel lines (and fuel filter) you'll need to locate the
fuel pump fuse in the fuse box. If you don't have a fuel pump fuse,
find the relay that operates the fuel pump. Once you've found the fuel
pump fuse or relay, start the car. With the engine running, pull the
fuse or relay out. If you pulled the right one, the engine will quickly
die. Since it's using all of the pressurized fuel in the system, the
fuel lines won't be pressurized when you crack the fittings on your
fuel filter. Now that you've relieved the fuel pressure you can remove the old fuel filter. If you didn't do this yet, you must go to the previous step and do it. Very dangerous!
I replaced the pump on my 1999 Accord EX V6 and didn't have to reset a thing. The only problem is that the low fuel light doesn't come on every time it should. The poor idling sounds like a different problem like your TPS or the IAC solenoids. Have your local parts store pull codes for you for free if you have a check engine light on.
it is sometimes located on the engine bay or interior fuse box just check the labels.., or you can try turning your car on but dont start the engine try to check on the back portion or near the tank if you can hear the fuel pump. Failure or low pressure fuel pump will stall you engine.