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Powdercoated gas tank had leak after reasembaly sealed leak tried to start the fuel pump connection had came appart reconnected and tried to start will not start

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Sounds like you may have air in fuel lines try bleeding fuel lines. first,make sure the powder coating has not clogged up your fuel pump

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Remove and replace fuel pump on kia rio 54 reg


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    • Open up the rear doors and reach in between the seam between the top of the back seat and the bottom. Unbolt the lower seat cushion from the chassis using the 3/8-inch ratchet and socket. Pull the bottom cushion away from the chassis and set it outside the vehicle.
    • 2Open the gas door and remove the gas cap. Unbolt the silver fuel pump cover from the chassis using the 3/8-inch ratchet and socket. Unplug the electrical connection to the fuel pump with your hands. Put the key in the ignition and attempt to start the car. If it starts, allow it to run until the engine dies. Then remove the key from the ignition.
    • 3
    • Disconnect the fuel line connections to the fuel pump, using a pair of pliers. Then pull the fuel pump and bracket assembly out of the gas tank. Pull the stock seal off the gas tank with your hands. Set a replacement seal onto the tank, then install the replacement fuel pump in the tank. Reconnect the fuel lines to the fuel pump, using the pliers.
    • 4Connect the electrical connection to the fuel pump, using your hands. Then bolt the silver cover to the chassis with the 3/8-inch ratchet and socket. Reinstall the rear seat cushion, using the ratchet

Jul 11, 2012 | 2004 Kia Rio

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Replace the fuel pump


.Instructions
Instructions
Things You'll Need:

* Jack and 2 jack stands
* Wrench set
* Ratchet and socket set

1. Park your S-10 pickup in a safe and level place with enough room at the back for you to work.
2. Make sure the gas tank is almost empty or siphon the gas out of the tank through the filler pipe.
3. Relieve the fuel system pressure. The easiest way to do this is by pulling the fuel pump fuse from the fuse box or panel. Start the engine until it stalls from lack of fuel and reinstall the fuse.
4. Raise the back of the truck with a floor jack and support it safely on jack stands.
5. Disconnect or remove the black, negative battery cable, filler neck and shield from the gas tank using wrenches or ratchet and sockets.
6. Support the tank with a jack and disconnect the tank straps using a ratchet. Carefully lower the tank to the floor.
7. Disconnect the fuel lines and fuel pump electrical connector going into the cam lock unit.
8. Rotate the cam lock tabs counterclockwise with a long punch and light hammer blows, and carefully lift the fuel pump and sending unit off the fuel tank.
9. Remove the old fuel pump and install the new unit, then install the assembly in place inside the tank, making sure to properly set the ring seal underneath the cam.
10. Connect the fuel lines and fuel pump electrical connector; raise the fuel tank and torque the straps to 33 foot pounds (45 Nm); connect the filler neck and shield to the tank; finally, lower the truck and connect the black, negative battery cable.
11. Fill the gas tank, start the engine and check for possible leaks.

Feb 24, 2011 | Dryers

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I have a 1995 GMC Jimmy and when I start it it will run for a second it rattles in the tank. New pump assembled already and I need to know what else it could be....if flutters in the tank


ther is a square piece spot welded in the gas tank, the fuel pump go's in this sounds like it came appart you well have to drop your gas tank and REPLACE IT DO NOT TRY TO FIX IT IS A POTENCIAL BOMB IF YOU TRY TO WELD go after market gas tank its cheeper and well work just as well good luck CJ ps that square in the tank is for low fuel conditions it is suppose to trap gas in the square so the pump dose not run dry

May 11, 2010 | 1995 GMC Jimmy

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How to remove fuel pump on Neon 1998 ? can I reach from inside the vehicle ?


on a dodge neon the fuel pump is in the SIDE of the tank... NOT the top. to remove the pump follow these steps...
******* first unplug battery and remove ********
1. unbolt passenger side tank strap and lower side of tank.
2. a. if tank is plastic, CAREFULLY unscrew plastic retainer ring but do NOT remove.
b. if metal tank, unscrew metal retainer flange but do NOT remove
3. unplug electrical connector and fuel line from pump. move aside.
4. completely remove retainer BE CAREFUL not to disturb pump.
5. have drain pan or wide-shallow bucket available to collect gas. (if tank is full this will need to be able to hold 7-8 gallons)
6. gently twist and pull pump out till gas comes fourth. catch gas in pan/bucket.
7. remove pump when gas stops flowing.
8. install is reverse of removal.
9 BE CAREFUL not to wrinkle gasket or lose gasket into tank when installing or the tank will leak around pump.
10. tighten retainer but DO NOT OVER TIGHTEN.
11. reconnect plug and fuel lines check for leaks.
12. reattach tank strap and fasten
13. refill tank with clean gas. check for leaks.
14. put battery back in. connect battery, start your neon and check for leaks one last time.
15, have fun. this will take about 4hrs to do by yourself with proper tools.

Apr 24, 2010 | 1998 Dodge Neon

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Fuel leaks from filler pipe to gas tank


You don't need to replace the gas tank, the filler pipe is connected to a rubber hose which connects to the tank with clamps at each end.

Mar 08, 2010 | 1995 Toyota Camry

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Inside the cabin strong gas smell after fill up for approx 50 miles. 2003 Honda Odyssey 85k miles.


do you have the same fuel economy as before or does you gas last less miles than before. if you can smell gas whether the car is running or NOT that means you have a leak in your fuel system if it was not a leak, you would not smell it when not running . first thing is check under vehicle after overnight parking and see if there is fuel on the ground if there is , this will give you a starting point where to look for gas leak. Plugged, dirty or poorly connected fuel injector; Leaking fuel filter or fuel filter connections; Punctured or damaged fuel tank; Loose or poorly connected fuel pump; Gas in gas can in trunk.

Dec 14, 2009 | 2003 Honda Odyssey

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Ran out of gas,after putting gas it still wont start could it be the fuel pump? and where is it located?


did you check the fuel pump fuse and relay,if ok then fuel pump.fuel pump is located inside the tank,good luck let me know..

Jun 04, 2009 | 1994 Eagle Talon

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How to change a fuel pump


remember you are messing with gas.so no fire,sparks and smoking allowed around car.dissconnect neg. on battery.then relieve fuel pressure by taking off gas cap.take all gas out of tank.undo fuel neck,both straps,hoses and any electrical conectors.take take out from under car.remove any dirt or debri from around fuel pump.there is a locking ring that needs to turn counterclockwise.remove fuel pump and bracket assembly.discard seal.clean pump flange,surface and seal ring groove.apply a light coat of grease to seal to hold in place during install.put seal in ring groove.install fuel pump and bracket carfully to ensure filter dont get damaged.make sure the locating keys are in keyways and seal stays in groove.hold pump in place and install locking ring finger-tight.make sure locking tabs are under the tank lock ring tabs.rotate lock ring clockwise intill it stops fully.put tank back in car.make sure all connections and lines are tight.put only 10gals in tank and check for leaks.put a fuel pressure gauge on the valve on the fuel rail.turn ignition on,but dont start.turn ignition on for 3 seconds then back to off.repeat this 5-10 times or until pressure is at 35psi.if you dont get 35psi or it drops back down check for leaks.if it stays at 35psi then remove fuel pressure gauge and start car.while running check for leaks.this is directly from ford motor co.verbatom.good luck.

Apr 01, 2009 | 1994 Mercury Cougar

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