AutoTrust Platinum supplies a growing selection of affordable fuel system components! You will need a 10mm deep socket to remove the nut holding the relay in place. Look under system description--electrical connections. Take the back of the back seat out and carpet from the truck. Please or to join the conversation. Great fit, efficient performance, and robust style are the defining characteristics of Airtex's original equipment equivalent fuel pump. Step four: With your meter set to ohnms. Also I check for fuel pressure by turn the ignition to the on position and fuel coming out of the filter, also I forgot to to said that out of the top of the pump I'm not getting any power with or without the ignition been on, hope I have explain good so ur guys can help me, thx.
No, I did not use the original Main Relay but I believe that by remounting the relay to this or another position that has some airflow that the relay would surely work. If 12vdc at pin 1 and pin 5 supply inputs are good. Just behind the lower back seat in the truck area, on the drivers side will be a cover that is sealed in with tar. . Look in trunk under the carpet.
A rubber boot helps to protect the fittings. Disconnect the negative terminal of the battery and secure it, then put rag under the fuel filter to absorb the fuel will drip, then you can start replacing fuel filter. For safer or pleasant drive, regular automobile check-up is recommended. I tried it and so far so good. With key out check pin 2 for a good connection to ground, If near zero ohms good ground. Once you have located this cover, pry it up--I don't … think there will be any screws.
After waiting for a while it would start. Mine is clicking right now. Now Iï¿½m no genius but the temperature at this position with the sun beating down on it must be near that of nuclear melt down. Always spin engine by hand several times with spark-plugs removed to ensure that nothing binds. Other models had a two-barrel carburetor and as far as I know also used an in tank electric fuel pump although it may… This one is ez. Unbolt the flange bolts and carefully pull up… Inside the fuel tank.
At the bottom of the assembly is your fuel pump. The fuel filter is located on the fr … ont firewall underneath the master cylinder. If you don't hear the fuel pump turn on-leave pin 1 and pin 7 jumper, disconnect connecter at fuel pump and check for 12vdc. Sending unit only is accessible this way. Nerves wrote: Sorry College Man, and others, I was having problems with this forum and replaying to it.
I had to change both. You can buy just the fuel pump for this job. Look for an access panel above the fuel pump. Unplug the wires and remove the fuel line. You should then be able to uncrew the plate from the top of the tank which will lift the fuel pump and sender unit. Listen for the very slight hum it….
It will have a brown connector plugged into it. No cancellation allowed once order is placed. The pump is mounted atop a plate that is probably rusted in place if not through by now. Open up the trunk and look under the mat to the left. It he car has been sitting for a long time, I would turn it on n take it for a spin 1x 2x a month, I had give me fuel pump problems from sitting on old gas, after a spin around the block I would shut it off and it would start also it has shut off by itself.
Early 80's Accords have an electric in-line fuel pump mounted just forward of the left-rear wheel. Step 1: Do not crank the engine, but turn the key on. Crank-shaft sensor is one other possibility? Bad Cam-sensor will only make it harder on fuel. If you have voltage to the fuel pump electrical connector under the left round panel yu have to pry it up under the trunk carpet then the fuel pump is bad. Best I can do for now.