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Get the OBD read as this will give you the code number of the faulty sensors/component
Posted on Jan 12, 2019
Most likely It is bad battery or alternator doesn’t charge properly
Posted on Jan 12, 2019
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I know that you want a simple answer but, have you done any troble shooting steps at the pump its self? when the relay is in does it pump at all? what is your lin pressure?
Posted on Jul 03, 2008
you can try just resetting the fuel pump switch located in the car
the switch is originally in the car for in case of an accident, however, if changed, chances are you also have to reset it
in my 98 grand marquis, the switch is on the left side of the trunk
Posted on Mar 19, 2009
If the oil pressure switch has two wires on it it may be one that shuts down the pump. I'm not positive but I think it completes a ground circuit, not the hot side though (but may run through a relay.) There should be a pump relay under the hood with a group of other relays. I don't have a wiring diagram for your car but you can get a basic diagram in most inexpensive manuals. They wont usually give you locations but at least you can get an idea of how the system works. There usually is a fuse. If the fuse block is not labeled, use a test light and probe the back of every fuse for power with the key on (takes about ten minutes and faster than trying to find info) change any that are blown. The most likely culprit is a relay, so after testing fuses look for it. (usually on drivers fender or on right side near firewall.) Worst case, trace the power lead all the way through the harness 'till you find where power begins.Testing is important here...I could give you much better info if I was there to do it for you. Most important is to stay "on track" till you find the place where power ends. Don't jump all over the place or you will end up doing an incomplete test.
Posted on Jun 17, 2009
My Isuzu Bighorn 4jx1 engine of yr. 2000 stalled after having had a hard start for a few day. I changed the fuel filter after I suspected that i might have been sold adulterated diesel. I took a sample of the fuel for test and it was found ok. After checking it out with mechanics we have established that sufficient fuel is not reaching the engine and in particular during idling. My mechanic tells me it is fuel strangulation! We wanted to carry out electronic dignosis but we are unable to located the socket. Where could this be? My enginee is uses common rail mechanism. could there be some valve inside somewhere that has mulfunctioned? Could there be a possibility of low pressure with the fuel system and how to I chech out that?
Posted on Jun 18, 2009
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