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We have gas spewing up the hose that comes off the crank case. It will start but pumps gas into the place under the seat where the filter is. We have 2000 yamaha grizzly 600. It won't stay running. What are some possible solutions? We have cleaned the filter

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CLean carb take fuel off and clean needle is stuck in carb might need carb kit mopar Kenny

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I have 1992 Toyota celica gt ran out of gas and now it won't start possibly fuel pump do I have to drop the tank or is there a trap door under the back seat


Visit the on-line store, know as reliable-store, they have the repair manuals. I'm sure you will get the solution of your problem.
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Jan 03, 2017 | 1992 Toyota Celica

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I have a 2000Chevy cavalier I ran out of gas...I put more gas in it...but it will not start I replaced the filter...but I can't Get fuel to the filter...help???


If your sure that it's not getting fuel to the filter, the fuel pump may have quit. Listen when you first turn the key to the on position for a sound out of the fuel pump.It should last only a few seconds and sound like a low pitched whir. If you can hear the sound then the fuel pump is attempting to pump fuel. If that is the case and you are handy, then remove the hose leading into the filter and hold it over a gas-safe container while someone cranks the engine. Eventually you should see fuel being pumped into the container. This will prove t he fuel pump will move fuel, that you have sufficient gas in the tank, and will vacate the air that was pumped into the lines when you ran out of gas. If all of that checks out, you should be able to reattach the hose and crank the engine to get full the rest of the way to the injectors.

Mar 21, 2016 | Cars & Trucks

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Not getting gas to carb


It could be. Since you have a carburetor, you must have a mechanical fuel pump on the engine? Only some imports with carburetors had an electrical pump.

If your filter is in the line just before the carburetor, take the line off at the filter, then crank the engine over to see if the pump is working. Mechanical fuel pumps will pump gas when the engine is cranking or running. Use a jar or can to catch the gas. If pump is working, fuel will come out in small spurts. It's not under high pressure- carbs don't need high pressure. If no gas comes out of the line, you probably need a new fuel pump. If the pump is working, it could be the filter, but could also be the needle valve and seat at the carb's fuel inlet. Sometimes they get stuck closed and won't let gas into the carburetor.

Aug 01, 2015 | Cars & Trucks

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Carb trouble not enough gas


If your not getting enough fuel to the cylinders, start with the obvious from the fuel tank forward... 1- make sure the is fuel... Top up tank. 2-change fuel filter (with John Deere clear plastic filter) that way you can physically see the fuel in the filter. 3. Fuel pump, and hoses... Pull off the hose going to the carburetor from the fuel pump, so that it disconnected from the fuel pump side only.. Get a container of fuel put the hose pump hose in the container of fuel, get some to crank over the tractor and see if it starts / draws up the fuel out of the container... If the tractor starts you could have a faulty fuel pump, or fuel lines... Or the small hose connected to the crankcase could be disconnected.. 4. Open the bowl on the carb, see if there's fuel present, and if there's any debris, if so maybe theirs something blocking the fuel from the needle and seat, (also gentle move the needle and seat open and close to ensure the needle is not seized.

Nov 17, 2013 | John Deere 3010 4010 Pto Shaft 540

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I have a 2003 Honda VTX 1800 fuel injected with a "no start problem" I am getting spark but no fuel and am not sure where to start checking. I can hold a gas soaked rag over air filter inlet and it will...


This means your injectors may not be getting any gas, a bad gasoline pump, or clogged filter most likely. First check your fuel level and then your filter, pull it out and make sure is not completely clogged, if it is, replace it. but before you install the new one, place the flow gasoline hose end ---> in a small container (protect eyes) and keep your distance and have someone turn the car switch on momentarily ( just the switch, not cranking!) to see if the pump is pushing the gas into your container, if you don't get any gas on the filter flow hose that means your pump is also burned. Dealing with gasoline problems can be very dangerous, if you are not mechanically guided, have a mechanic check it for you better. good luck!

Sep 28, 2013 | 2003 Honda VTX

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Replace fuel pump


Instructions
    • Locate the fuse panel under the hood of your vehicle, then open it and remove the fuel pump fuse with your hands.
    • 2Start your car and allow the fuel system to depressurize by allowing the car to idle until the engine dies.
    • 3
    • Reinstall the fuse, then disconnect the battery with a ratchet and socket. Drain the gas from the gas tank with a siphoning kit.
    • 4Remove the back seat by unbolting the base with a ratchet and socket and lifting the seat out with your hands. The bolts are located on either side of the seat near the base. You will also need the assistance of another person to lift the seat out safely.
    • 5Remove the wiring harness by gently pulling it from the connector, and detach the rubber grommet with a flat head screwdriver. Unbolt the fuel tank cover with a ratchet and socket, remove it with your hands, pull the wires through the grommet, detach the fuel line hoses with a fuel-line disconnect tool, and lift the hoses out. Cap the hoses with rubber hose plugs.
    • 6Reach directly into the gas tank, then remove the fuel filter using two adjustable wrenches, placing one on either side of the fuel filter. You will recognize the fuel filter by its filtering paper cartridges.
    • 7Install the new filter, then follow the previous steps in reverse to complete the installation. Refill your gas take when finished.

Sep 11, 2012 | 2009 Hyundai Tucson

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Cranks wont start fuel pump kicks on


check inside distributor for wear or moisture, check fuses, relays, open line from filter towards front see if gas spews out or where fuel line comes to throttle body this is a single point fuel injection motor i believe, if those don't help, check to see if timing is correct..

Dec 10, 2010 | 1991 Dodge Dakota

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My V Star won't start. Just cranks and cranks and won't fire. I had thought I had just flooded it but it has been a few days since the start failure and I even tried with a jump from my car. I read that...


i had the same problem change your petrol filter. Then remove the air filter and the petrol hose to your carb. place a contianer under the hose and try to start if there is no fuel coming out then the only thing it could be is the fuel pump good luck

Oct 08, 2010 | 2000 Yamaha V Star 1100 Classic

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HOW TO CHANGE FUEL FILTER ON 2008 HYUNDAI TUCSON


instructions

Things You'll Need:
Fuel-line disconnect tool
Rag
New gasket
New fuel pump
Flat head screwdriver
Ratchet and socket
The assistance of a friend (only when you are ready to remove the back seat)
Rubber hose plugs
Two adjustable wrenches
1

Locate the fuse panel under the hood of your vehicle, then open it and remove the fuel pump fuse with your hands.
2

Start your car and allow the fuel system to depressurize by allowing the car to idle until the engine dies.
3

Reinstall the fuse, then disconnect the battery with a ratchet and socket. Drain the gas from the gas tank with a siphoning kit.
4

Remove the back seat by unbolting the base with a ratchet and socket and lifting the seat out with your hands. The bolts are located on either side of the seat near the base. You will also need the assistance of another person to lift the seat out safely.
5

Remove the wiring harness by gently pulling it from the connector, and detach the rubber grommet with a flat head screwdriver. Unbolt the fuel tank cover with a ratchet and socket, remove it with your hands, pull the wires through the grommet, detach the fuel line hoses with a fuel-line disconnect tool, and lift the hoses out. Cap the hoses with rubber hose plugs.
6

Reach directly into the gas tank, then remove the fuel filter using two adjustable wrenches, placing one on either side of the fuel filter. You will recognize the fuel filter by its filtering paper cartridges.
7

Install the new filter, then follow the previous steps in reverse to complete the installation. Refill your gas take when finished

Jul 08, 2010 | 2008 Hyundai Tucson

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How do i change a fuel pump on a 1992 toyota camry


1992–96 Models NOTE: Be sure this procedure is done in a well ventilated area.
  1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.
  2. Relieve the fuel pressure.
  3. Remove the rear seat cushion.
  4. Remove the floor service hole cover.
  5. Disconnect the electrical fuel pump wiring at the fuel pump assembly. Check for any fuel leakage while in there
Fig. 6: Pull back the rug under the rear seat to access the fuel pump and sending unit cover

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  1. Remove the gas cap, this will prevent any fuel gas spilling out of any high pressure lines.
  2. Using SST 09631–22020 or an equivalent line (flare nut) wrench, disconnect the outlet pipe from the pump bracket.
  3. Remove the pump bracket attaching screws.
  4. Disconnect the return hoses from the pump bracket, then pull out the pump/bracket assembly.
  5. Remove the nut and spring washer, then disconnect the wires from the pump bracket.
  6. Remove the sending unit attaching screws, then remove the unit from the bracket.
  7. Pull the lower side of the fuel pump from the bracket.
  8. Unplug the connector to the fuel pump.
  9. Disconnect the hose from the pump.
  10. Separate the filter from the pump. Use a small screwdriver to remove the attaching clip.
  11. Inspect all of the lines, hoses and fittings for any sign of corrosion, wear or damage to the surfaces. Check the pump outlet hose and the filter for restrictions.
  12. When reassembling, ALWAYS replace the sealing gaskets with new ones. Also replace any rubber parts showing any sign of deterioration. To install:
  13. Install the pump filter using a new clip. Install the rubber cushion under the filter.
  14. Connect the outlet hose to the pump, then attach the pump to the bracket and tighten to 22–25 ft. lbs. (29–34 Nm).
  15. Engage the connector to the fuel pump. Install the fuel sending unit to the pump bracket.
  16. Install the fuel pump and bracket assembly onto the tank. Use new gaskets. Tighten the pump bracket retaining screws to 34 inch lbs. (4 Nm).
  17. The remainder of installation is the reverse of removal. Tighten each component to specifications. Start the engine and check carefully for any sign of leakage around the tank and lines. Road test the vehicle for proper operation.
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Aug 30, 2009 | 1992 Toyota Camry V6

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