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Put new pump in tank suzuki vitara v6 petrol being pumped up to engine engine starts and runs for short time and cuts out if left for 20mins will start and run again and cuts out but noticed no presure in tank any ideas put new pump and filter but still got the problem

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Hello! I suspect a defective Fuel Tank Pressure Sensor. It is located on the top of the tank...It has a 3 wire connector...Wire colors are...Brown/Red...Gray/Yellow...And Gray/Red...It cost around $260...But it can be tested but difficult to get at unless you drop the tank...Set volt meter to read 5 volts...Using two safety pins, push one into the rear of the in place connector on the outside pin (Brown/Red) and the other on the other outside pin (Gray/Red)...Turn on key...connect meter + probe to the rear right side pin and the - probe to the rear left side pin...Must read +5 volts...Move the right rear pin to the middle wire (Gray/Yellow)...Must read 3.3 volts...If you do not read the proper voltage the sensor is defective...

put new pump in tank suzuki vitara v6 petrol being - saailer_155.jpgAIRTEX / WELLS Part # 5S5638. Cost=$250

Guru............Saailer

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prefect fit, no.
safely fit. no.
can I make it fit , with my welder and metal fab tools, sure.

the 95 is a gen 2 car
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what engine, state engine size and country.
there can only be 3 ways, to fail.
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just because spark coils (COPS?) work on other car , dont mean much.
what counts is your car , its a system.
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