Fuel Pump Archives - Brake & Front End
VIDEO: Fuel Pump Level Sender Operation

How do modern gas gauges stay still when the gas in your tank moves around? This video is sponsored by Carter.

Delphi Product & Service Solutions Issues New Part Number Announcements

In all, Delphi is announcing 51 new fuel products, 125 new steering and suspension products and 162 engine management products – covering more than 110 million vehicles.

Bosch Expands Braking, Starter, Alternator And Fuel Pump Product Lines

The new SKUs cover more than 145.36 million vehicles in operation in the U.S. and Canada.

Cadillac Tech Tip: Engine Stalls After Fuel Pump Replacement

Sometimes you have to hit the road to determine the cause of an issue. Follow along with this Real Fix to see how a stalling complaint was resolved on this 2008 Cadillac Escalade. Model: 2008 Cadillac Escalade 6.2L Cause Confirmed the customer’s complaint and found the engine stalled. Performed a visual inspection of the vacuum

Bosch Expands Aftermarket Product Lines With 24 New Part Numbers

Additions made to the braking, rotating machine, spark plug and fuel pump product lines.

Fuel System FAQ

How do I test the wiring for the fuel pump on a vehicle? What are the symptoms of a clogged fuel filter? What are the signs of E85 contamination? What should I do when I install the new pump and it doesn’t work? Get the answers to these questions and more in this Fuel System FAQ.

BMW Fuel System Repair Essentials

The BMW N54 fuel pump recall a few years ago brought to light the importance of the integrity of the fuel system and how it can contribute to the overall reliability of a vehicle. These fuel quality issues apply to all BMW vehicles with either port or direct injection. The underlying message here is that if the cleanliness and overall integrity of the fuel tank is ignored, it will damage any fuel pump. This is why addressing the fuel tank is essential during any pump replacement to prevent costly comebacks that can also hurt your reputation.

Why A Clean Fuel Tank Is Important For A Fuel Pump’s Diet

Fuel pump replacement comebacks can be costly and can hurt your reputation. One of the leading causes of failure is the tank. If a vehicle gets 20 miles to the gallon, then more than 5,000 gallons of gas (from many stations) will go through the tank in 100,000 miles. During this time, sediment, rust and debris from the pump can find its way into the tank. Removing all contaminates is critical.

Explorer/Mountaineer Fuel Pump Tech Tip

Some 2004-’07 Explorer four door/Mountaineer vehicles may exhibit the malfunction indicator lamp (MIL) on with diagnostic trouble code (DTC) P0463 or an erratic fuel gauge concern. This could be from sulphur contamination in the fuel, causing an open or high resistance on the fuel sender card.

Spectra Premium Announces Fuel Delivery Lifetime Warranty

Spectra Premium Industries has announced a limited lifetime warranty on its fuel pump assemblies, electrical and mechanical fuel pumps and fuel strainers, effective Jan. 1, 2014.

Pilot Automotive Releases New 2014 APEX Fuel Pump Catalog

Pilot Automotive/Wang’s International has announced the release of its new 2014 APEX Fuel Pump Catalog featuring fuel pumps, fuel modules, sending units and fuel strainers.

FMI Automotive To Unveil New Fuel Pump Line At AAPEX

FMI Automotive, a leading manufacturer of premium performance water pumps, will unveil its new fuel pump line during the Automotive Aftermarket Products Expo (AAPEX), which takes place Nov. 5-7 at the Sands Expo Center in Las Vegas.