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Gravely 260z with EFI, not getting gas to engine from tank. Changes out lines in tank and front filter. Does this mean the fuel pump is out?

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1992. Where is fuel pump located?


in the usa. must we guess?
in the USA all cars are EFI, starting in about 1988./89
by law. (EPA)
we cant guess what engine you have or fueling system.
but EFI is in the gas tank.
if a carb , it can be in many places, tell engine size. first.
and country.

me , i just look.
i look at my fuel rail and see the gas feed go rear.
i use my eyes to follow those lines, and if i see a filter, first then bingo that is fuel feed, then it goes to tank , well no pump was found leaving only one possible place, that tank.
works on all cars. made. gas.
on some cars the fuel line feeds the throttle body. directly.

Dec 24, 2015 | Isuzu Pickup Cars & Trucks

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I changed the fuel pump to my car but still it can't start and the engine is 1zz


Assuming fuel pump was in gas tank unless older vehicle, in front of gas tank under the car will be a fuel filter...canister shaped..like a miniature coke can...has one line coming from gas tank, one coming from front of filter to engine, will either have lines that thread into filter or plastic clips you remove and take lines off..take filter off and dump into a clear bottle, if gas is dirty or has trash you prob need to replace fuel fiter..also you should be able to blow through the filter without virtually any resistance..if its not similar to blowing through a straw..filter is clogged..also you can just take fuel line off in front of filter...have someone turn the key to on position...when you turn key to on not crank just on..fuel pump powers on for a couple seconds and if filter isn't clogged you should have fuel come out the front side of fuel filter

Sep 18, 2015 | Cars & Trucks

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On 89 toyota pickup 22re 4x4 On my efi i have a gas filter with 3nips where do those vaccum lines go??? Or even better a vaccum diagram for all lines... thankyou


The fuel filter only has 2 hoses, an in and an out. The thing with more hoses is the gas tank evaporative system, and they go to the charcoal canister, the intake manifold, and the gas tank. The filter is usually in back next to the gas tank, where the pump is, so that the pump never runs dry. But some times it is up front. Often is it threaded on. The 3 lines are for the charcoal canister though, and it not the filter.

Jun 02, 2015 | Cars & Trucks

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Is the fuel pump electric on1988 Isuzu p up


ok no engine stated. cant help much if you can show VIN or engine name.
we can't guess the following
  1. engine
  2. if carb or EFI (1988 in usa they had carbs and EFI in 1 year)
  3. country, sorry, no country no joy, as varies by that.
why not just look, lets do this simple task.
  1. look at engine, its a carb or just throttle body, ?
  2. is the fuel lines to injector (s) and follow it to tank) it arrives at a filter, go past filter to tank and see a fuel pump rack in tank and 2 wires to rack and 2 to the fuel level sender, so 4 wires total that is EFI there. and is Electric pumps on all gas engines.
  3. if carb, it can be electric or mechanical off cam. drive. same deal see that fuel line it goes to 1 or the other, if electric it has 2 wires, not its pure mechanical.
on older cars there are 2 EFI fuel lines, a loop its called.
1 is like 30psi feed line an the other is just return. 0psi.
1 example of just 2 1988 engines.
he D1 is carb (dang carbs., LOL)
the E1 is EFI.


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Apr 13, 2015 | Isuzu Cars & Trucks

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Where us fuel filter located


lots of Civic sub models
the fsm covers this. "factory service manual" buy one, and read it.
so does alldata.com
ever use google
here is 1st hit, your ,Q

http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20080106202852AAqXLnp

where, we look in front of the gas tank
see if it is there, first, always.
not guess. some models or midyear changes, move it inside the tank but most cars 98 its right there near tank. on the main fuel line.
on all cars, EFI you can follow the fuel line from the fuel rail (or reg)
to the tank and the filter is then discovered, ever time. if not , its in the tank that is why we never look it up, we just look for it.
this can also vary by engine, options (sized) so..... look first/
or alldata.com
go there look up your, year, model, sub model and engine, type.

Jan 24, 2014 | 1998 Honda Civic

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The engine is turning over but it will not start. It seems to not be getting fuel.


could be the fuel filter or fuel pump. to check the pump remove the fuel line from in front of the filter and put a container in front of the line to catch any gas, turn engine over and see if you get gas pumping from tank. if so try replacing filter.

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My 1994 Toyota p/u was starting rough for the last month, finally would not turn over. It otherwise ran v well (175K mi) I jumped B+ to FP, the pump in the tank DOES pump, nothing getting to the EFI, where...


There IS a fuel filter in the line It is metal and mounted either on firewall (most likely) or by fuel tank Trace fuel lines back from motor One is feed (with filter on it) and smaller one is return to tank

Jan 27, 2010 | 1994 Toyota Pickup

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Changing a fuel filter and fuel pump on 1994 Beretta


The fuel pump is inside the gas tank. The filter is next to the tank in-line of the fuel hose.

Feb 15, 2009 | 1994 Chevrolet Beretta

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1985 Ford F-150 Truck (EFI) Fuel Problems


i actually have a 1985 302 efi... there are 2 pumps one one the rail right under drivers door and one in the tank.. there are also two filters... one just behind the pump one the rail.. its actually inside a canister that you open with a oil filter wrench then it has a paper element inside..then there is a inline filter that is actually part of the high pressure line the hose is about 3 feet long and runs from your front pump up to the fuel rail agaist the firewall...this one is really hard to find (Buy) good luck wish i hade a carb

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Engine quit running , fuel odor drivers side just prior to


My experience in this makes me think that you have a rusted fuel line, at the top of the tank. This is a common problem. I remove the tanks and replace the fuel tank fuel line/bracket assembly quite a bit.

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