Connect the negative battery cable. Do you know where the fuel pump relay is located on my car ust in case I do not have the right one, and where do I go from here if I do have the correct relay. I understand oil and dirt working their way around the cap, but in the distributor itself? I disconnected fuel line from the fuel filter and and jump 12 volts from a spare battery to the fuel pump wires and the gas squirted from the line, so there is no blockage in the lines I put a test light on the fuel relay connector on the fuse panel to see if I was getting voltage on that connector and the light did light up. Would it be very obvious that oil was present or could it be confused with simple engine grime to someone like me! One thing I did notice was that there seems to be a groove around the distributor, almost as if a gasket is supposed to be there, but there was nothing when I removed the cap and it fit reasonably tightly when I put it back on, so I didn't give it any further thought. I hope this is in the right place for this question! The pump is secured in the tank by a threaded black ring. All make and model gasoline or any other fluid or gas energy vehicle may apply.
Most fuel filter are approximately 50-60% restricted at 30,000 mile of fuel flow endurance. No, the vehicle will not start or run at all now, so I can't get codes. It made no difference at all, but then I did not expect it to be that simple! But, if the fuel pressure is low or blow volume. Replace the seat bottom by putting it in place, slightly raising the front of the seat and pushing it back as far as possible. Slide the new filter into the filter housing.
Measure voltage between ground and fuel pump relay harness connector terminals No. Disconnect fuel pump harness connector, located under rear seat. Buy now and replace that failed original part! The 1 terminal has no power with key on or off. Guess I'm going to the parts house today after all! Answer i think it is located on the firewall Answer. Great fit, efficient performance, and robust style are the defining characteristics of Airtex's original equipment equivalent fuel pump.
Same deal with the fuel pressure regulator, it is 70. She just turned 16 and is quite excited to have a vehicle for her own! Common symptoms are rough idle and stalling. Also after we replaced the fuel pump the gas gauge does not work. The fuel pressure regulator on the 97 is located close to the fuel rail. Thanks So am I testing and looking at the right relay? The fuel filter in a 2002 Nissan Altima is located in the fuel tank and is a non-serviceable item. You can always call up the dealer and ask them where something is located, after all you paid thousands of dollars and bought a warrenty so don't be sh … y about calling them up and asking them questions.
Is it possible or even worthwhile, for that matter to do a manual observation of the injector operation, to insure that each injector works and has a proper spray pattern? First of all, the only way to check fuel pressure or a fuel pressure regulator is with a fuel pressure gauge installed on the system. Now there is some interference from two wires connected at the bottom of the pump, and from the fuel gauge sending unit float. One thing I would suspect is a bad intake manifold gasket. An oil leak inside the distributor will show up as residual engine oil laying on the inside-bottom of the distributor cap. The help you gave me on the wire color for the pump relay was right on.
Sep 04, 2014 yes you have to drop tank to replace fuel pump and filter as it is one unit pretty easy though. If continuity exists in both checks, go to next step. Take a rag, soak it in gasoline, then hold the gas soaked rag over the air intake, then have someone crank the ignition. Answerwhere is the fuel fillter on a 2002 Nissan altima? Release the handles and try to pull the seat, to make sure it locked firmly. Check continuity between fuel pump relay harness connector terminal No.
Squeeze the connector lock fitting which is usually white or clear color, and with a twisting motion pull the fuel line fitting toward the front of the car. It is not acting like an injector went out, and I cannot think of anything else that would cause this particular run-ability issue. I went by what I read off some forums on the internet which one was it. A poor running engine will usually not create a good, steady vacuum. This happened 3 times in my 4 mile drive. If continuity does not exist, repair appropriate harness or connectors.
Disconnect the negative terminal of the battery. It would be so much easier to take this car in to get it fixed, but I can do this. But this is with the 6 terminal relay cavity I am using. It will easily remove and reveal a small white fabic tab to the filter itself. If I recall correctly, the cam sensor is an easily replaceable item? Pull the hinges from the bottom of the glove box and pivot the glove box forward.
Check continuity between ground and fuel pump harness connector Black wire. Disconnect the fuel line which will have residual pressure in the line. So if this is not the right one can you refer me to the correct relay? I also put the code scan tool on car but the scanner said that it was unable to connect to the system of the car, and there was not a battery hooked to car for months when I bought it so there wouldnt be ant codes in system but why would it say it is unable to communicate with system. I have never done it, so please double check my procedure. Release the 4 locks, lift the cover and disconnect the electrical connection to the pump. I'm broken, and it takes me a minute longer now to get things right. The bottom should lock into place.
If it runs fine, the procedure was a success. The relay is brown in color an is at the very top of the fuse block with another relay to the left of it which is blue. Spray the carb cleaner along the intake gasket and see if it changes the way the engine runs. If it does have to be running, does it have to be running properly to make this check, or can it idle very roughly as long as it keeps running? If it does that then you know there is a fuel delivery problem. While I have busted knuckles for years when I was younger civilian and military and currently have a pretty nice collection of cars myself, I never worked on foreign cars at all, so I am lost there. Continuity should exist in both checks. Trust me when I say I've seen a lot of them fail on U13 Altimas! So, If I should ask questions about what seems to be very basic things or if I ask multiple times, I would ask that you bear with me.