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  • sportster76 Jul 31, 2008

    put new fuel pump fuel filter wont start turns over but not getting fuel

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If you get someone to turn the engine over for you put your ear in the place where you fill up the gas tank and you will hear almost a buzzing noise, this means your fuel pump is working, if you do not hear that noise your fuel pump is either shot or a fuze broke, hope that helped

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I believe the fuel pump is on the tank, as well as a filter in the tank itself.

  1. I would check for fuses for the fuel pump.
  2. I would check for power to the fuel pump. If there is power to the fuel pump, then the problem is the filter, or a stopped line. If not then replace the fuel pump. Replacing the fuel pump can be tricky, especially if you have a full tank.
  • Lower the tank to the ground.
  • The fuel pump should be on the top of the tank.
  • Remove the wires, and screws holding the fuel pump in the tank.
  • Remove pump from tank.
  • Clean filter in tank, and replace
  • Replace screws and wires.
  • Lift tank back into place, and bolt back in.

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Fig. 8 Fuel Filter 42402627
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  3. Raise and support vehicle.
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