Are you bad about trying to pack your fuel tank, if you are your causing more problems for yourself. Here's why the fuel in your tank is only made to go so far, so when you keep pumping, the fuel level gets over the range it should be, so then the overflow of fuel goes threw the charcoal canister that is used for venting your tank, then it brings this charcoal back to your tank. Then it travels threw your fuel pump, your fuel filter and fuel injectors causing clogs and fuel pump to wear out early.So when you get that first click at the gas pump, STOP Don't put anymore fuel in.
The car is either not getting gas or not getting spark. It could be a weak battery, bad spark plugs or wires, bad coil pack/distributor, clogged fuel filter or spark plugs, or a defective fuel pump. These are the most common causes of this problem and and except the fuel pump and sometime fuel filter are relatively easy to replace yourself. Good luck and happy hunting!
well fuel and spark is all that makes them run,So make sure your getting spark first! if you have spark to plugs then it will be fuel related... 9 times out of 10 if your not getting fuel it will be the fuel pump( in gas tank ) and 9 times out of 10 if you don't have spark its the coil or coil pack( under hood.) but it can be other fuel/spark components bad also...if you can do the work yourself, have a dealer tell you what parts bad(will cost about $100.00 to run a diagnostics on it.) then go to auto-zone,napa,ect. and buy the part and replace.....if you can not do the work yourself then you will have to let dealer or mechanic shop do the work. make sure once you know what parts bad to get a price from 3-different places to get best price......good luck...
Don't replace the fuel pump. More than likely it is your coil pack. As they start to go bad the heat will cause them to not work properly until they cool down. Replace the pack and that should fix your problems and save you some $ on the fuel pump. Good luck. Thanks for rating my response and for using FixYa!
Plugged, dirty or poorly connected fuel injector.
Leaking fuel filter or fuel filter connections.
Punctured or damaged fuel tank
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Improperly adjusted or worn/malfunctioning carburetor/fittings.this should help u get that fixed Helping one person at a time Shaun