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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: car was running in driveway
i am assuming that the fuse you are replacing is the fuse for the fuel pump, then replacing the fuel pump did solve ur problem for 3 days.
did you check again the fuse of the fuel pump? if it is blown again, try looking at manual to see if you are putting the right fuse. is the fuel pump that you put in is an original pump for the car or a replacement pump?.
if it is a replacement pump, kindly check the label and if you can find out what rating of fuse it is using then use that fuse rating for that particular pump.
another case could be another defective pump...could be a factory defect...
you can compare resistance of windings of pumps to find out if they have problems.
another thought could be if there is a return line on your fuel system..if this is clogged and building up a pressure on the fuel line, then this could cause a problem on your fuel pumps.
i hope i was able to solve ur problem,
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Posted on Jul 28, 2008
in the engine bay above the battery from memory is the fuse box for the main fuses & relays they should be marked on top of case one is for the fule pump.
Posted on Jan 18, 2009
SOURCE: i have a 95 suzuki
try taking the fuel line loose at the fuel filter and see if any fuel comes out of it. if no fuel is coming from the tank before the filter more than likely have the lines reversed. also make sure that you are getting the proper pressure to the fuel rail.
Posted on Aug 24, 2009
I am having the same problem. The garage suggested the crankshaft sensor but its an expensive part and if it doesn't work I am stuck with it. Did you get yours figured out?
Posted on Dec 03, 2009
you need to have the Engine Coolant Temperature switch checked,since the computer relies solely on sensors,the ect tells the computer how cold or hot it is so the computer will make it a rich or lean mixture to start the engine,if it tells the computer that it is 75 degrees the computer will lean the mixture like starting a car in the winter without a choke.
Posted on Jan 22, 2010
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