If you have access to the pump from under the seat you don't need to drain the tank. Just pull the pump through the access door and replace it. You may want to use the vehicle repair manual. If you don't have the manual, check the reference section of your local library.
I have a crank, but no start in a 92 Buick century 3300. There are 46 pounds of pressure on the fuel rail for hours, but with no flow from switching it on other than the original gas released. The pressure drops to 0. Is my Buick's fuel pump supposed to keep pumping when valve to hose the in the bottle is opened?
I'm dealing with a 94 Nissan pickup 4 cylinder KA24E engine. The fuel pump went out and replaced the pump. The truck would still run. Afterward, I did a tune up by replacing plugs and distributor cap and rotor. Now the truck will fire but dies after a few seconds. I did not fully remove the distributor to change the cap. What could cause sudden change?
You did not mention anything relative to the 1985 fuel level sending unit which notifies the gauge of how much fuel is in the tank. If the gauge reads full all the time, even when there is no gas in the tank, the pump can go bad with junk in it from the bottom of the tank. So, how would I check the fuel sending unit of my 1985 Chevy Corvette C4 engine?
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