Fuel Pump Replacement Tips
- When you replace a fuel pump, it’s important to determine what caused
the previous fuel pump to fail. Not diagnosing the problem can lead to more
of the same in the future.
- You need to check for proper electrical connections, pressure, volume and
current. The specs that don’t measure up require further investigation
into the entire fuel system.
- Always replace the strainer when servicing an electric fuel pump. Also,
inspect the inline fuel filter for contamination, which could restrict proper
fuel flow within the system.
- Finally, maintaining proper fuel levels aids in cooling the pump, in turn
adding to its longevity. It’s important to remember that constantly
running on empty can cause a fuel pump to fail.
|Alternate/OEM Part Number(s): 25117765|
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