Category: Fuel Pump Blogs

Dissecting an Electric Fuel Pump

When you order a fuel pump for your vehicle, you may be surprised to see it in a huge box. That is because you must replace the entire fuel pump module or hanger instead of just the fuel pump. Some units are “open” so you can see the pump, sock, filter and wiring; and some of “closed” so you see a large plastic cylinder.

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Keep It Safe! A Refresher on Safety Practices

Whether you’re a new do-it-yourselfer or a seasoned professional, safety should always be a priority. Over time, we tend to get comfortable and fall away from basic safety practices if we’re not careful. Here’s a refresher to help keep you, your colleagues, and your vehicle safe.

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Replacing Clogged Fuel Filter

If the engine is experiencing a hard start or no-start condition, it is recommended you check if you have a clogged fuel filter before replacing the fuel pump. Symptoms of a clogged filter include the engine stalling or...

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Using Exhaust to Diagnose Your Vehicle

Your vehicle’s exhaust can tell you many different things about the way your engine is running. Though it is not the be-all, end-all diagnostic tool, it can point you in the right direction, including the ability to tell if the problem is a head gasket, a problem with the ignition or a problem with the fuel delivery system.

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