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The main purpose of the fuel pump is to deliver the fuel from the tank to the engine's combustion chambers at the appropriate pressure and ensure that your engine runs smoothly. However, fuel pumps can eventually wear out after thousands of miles of use. If your car struggles with weak or inconsistent power, it may be time to replace the fuel pump. YHTAUTO offers a wide range of electric fuel pumps for your car.
Item Type: Electric Fuel Pump Assembly
Sealing Ring: Yes
Float Included: Yes
Sending Unit Inclued: Yes
Reference Part Number: E8474M, FG1234, SP5057M, 152-0995, 67970, 2034703594
How to Know If Your Fuel Pump is Going Bad?
Sign 1. Car jerks or sputters at high speeds
Sign 2. Whining noise from the fuel tank
Sign 3. Difficulty or fails to start
Sign 4. Stalling at high temperatures
Sign 5. Low gas mileage
Sign 6. Losing power when accelerating
Sign 7. Power drain when turning, going up hills, coming out of a red light
Sign 8. Sudden and unexplained power surges
How to Test the Electric Fuel Pump?
Step 1. Locate the fuel pump in the fuel tank
Step 2. Turn the key to the run position and listen if any buzzing coming from the fuel pump. If no sound, proceed to Step 5
Step 3. Set the amperage on voltage meter and place the clamp on the positive wire to the pump
Step 4. Start the vehicle and record the amperage reading. Then compare the reading to manufacturer’s specifications
Step 5. If the pump did not turn on at all, remove the electrical connector on the pump
Step 6. Set DC volts on the meter, place the positive meter lead on the terminal of the positive wire in the connector and the negative meter lead on the terminal of the negative wire
Step 7. Turn the key to the run position, if the voltage reading is same as battery voltage, then the pump has failed
The steps are for reference only, and we we recommend you to ask the technician to do the test or replacement.
How to Replace the Electric Fuel Pump?
Step 1. Turn the engine off and locate the fuel pump fuse, then pull the fuse out and restart engine to relieve the engine’s pressure. Disconnect the negative battery terminal after the engine dies.
Step 2. There are two kinds of electric fuel pumps. The first type is placed inside the gas tank while the other is placed beneath the car.
A. If your pump is under the car, jack up car and support it with jack stands. Sliding under the car and follow the fuel lines toward the fuel tank. Once the pump is located, unbolt it and then let it drop slowly.
B. If your pump is inside the fuel tank, it is usually under the carpet or beneath the back seat. Pop it open to unbolt the pump.
Step 3. Disconnect the fuel lines from the fuel pump, make sure you have someone else ready to block them so gas doesn't leak out.
Step 4. Install the new pump. Reconnect the fuel lines and put everything else back in place. Refill the tank and start the engine to test.