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When starting my car it will not idle, I hold my foot to the floor and it will only just rev. It wont give me enough power to even drive. I didnt have a problem until a couple weeks ago when i almost ran the tank dry. I am thinking it is a fuel pump problem, could this be right? If so, where do i find the fuel pump and is it hard to replace?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
yea most american made cars have the fuel pump in the tank.....just drop the tank and replace....not that hard to do but you will need a helping hand...not something id attempt on my own......did you check the fuel pump relay and fuse.....that could be i too....try that first its cheaper....hope this helps :)
Posted on Sep 30, 2008
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Posted on Jan 03, 2009
i am not positive on the fuel filter location on the forieng cars but thy usually put them in the back by the fuel tank
i hope this helps you in some way.
but yes all cars have fuel filters
Posted on Apr 21, 2009
You need to loosen three (1,3, and 5 are the easiest to get to) of the injector lines at the cylinder head with a 19 mm wrench. Have someone crank the motor until you see fuel come out. Immediately start to tighten the lines, while the motor is still cranking. The motor will start to catch as the lines get tightened. Let it run a few minutes to eliminate the rest of the air.
I've had to do this several times on my 99 Ram because of a messed up sending unit telling me I still had a half tank.
The mechanics at Mt. Clemens Dodge taught me this. Good Luck.
Posted on May 25, 2009
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