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SOURCE: stalling at lights
Did you replace the fuel pump because of the problem? Or did the problem start after replacing the fuel pump? If it started happening after you replaced the fuel pump, take it back to the place you had it repaired (or if you did it yourself take a look) and ask them if there may be a loose connection or a leak that might allow air into the fuel system. Also, replacing the fuel filter might fix the problem as well.
Posted on Mar 01, 2009
Try to relocate the position of the pump where it would be protected from water splashes. The pump motor casing might not be designed for outdoor use or not desirable for water splashes. You may also replace your pump with units designed for this purpose (pump with motor casing rating of IP 65 or IP 55).
Posted on Jun 11, 2009
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