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Fuel and Fuel Intake

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Fuel is a requirement for all internal-combustion engines. Fuel is stored inside a tank. A fuel pump then siphons the fuel into the fuel intake which is connected to either a carburetor or a fuel injection system.
Relays are located in the engine compartment fuse panel
All you need to do is open up your hood. Then on the left sideshould be your air intake. Take off the cover and there should besome clips around the outside of the box that you unclip. Alsoloosen and detach the big tube in the front. When that is off andthe clips are off just lift up the top part of...
The fuel is going to be connected to the fuel line, first find the fuel line and follow it, and you should find be able to find the fuel filter.
Get the manual and read the part on what your working on and go from there
The fuel is inside the hood
If its fuel injected then It should b located in the gas tank.
With a 7/8in. Oxygen sensor socket or wrench
Where u put gas in its behind that under it car and have a mechanic do it
Check under the air intake manifold. I read something saying itmight be under there.
I had to replace the fuel pump twice. First time the vehiclewouldn't start. Worked like a charm after the replacement, untilthe fuel gauge sensor failed. Second pump I have put in worked fineuntil the vehicle started stalling randomly. Kicking the gas tankto start it helped for a while. Checked the...
Fuel pump regulator is usually located on top of engine assemblynear fuel injector rail assembly looks like a chrome or blackdinner bell, usually has fuel lines connection on it. look for fuellines coming up fire wall and heading towards fuel injectors.
you have to take out the gas tank first, then it should be on topof the tank.
Its located on the lower radiator hose its called the thermostat housing it comes with a housing and thermostat together u wont miss it
Get a Jayne's Manual @ the library & look it up.
Inside the fuel tank attached to the fuel pump assembly. To replaceit you replace the entire fuel pump.
about front of rear right wheel. take out plastic cover.
lower tailgate unscrew two screws in the side remove tail lightlens remove the 3157 bulb replace using dialectic grease onterminals reverse assembly.
Not a whole lot to be honest do you have Mods on the car hoe much weight it carries anything, is te engine cleaned out, is the tranny still good these are all questions you have to ask yourself if your local mechanic can also figure it out for you
Bleed the fuel lines at the injectors, driver's side of the head,by cracking them open and turning the motor. Video in the link.
Go to your local Auto Parts store and purchase a new fuel filter and look at it. You now know what it looks like.. I have a 89 F250. Its on the inside of the driver side frame rail up by the trans and its behind a heat shield.
It doesn't have or need a line connected to it. The spider isinside the vacuum chamber.
Middle corner near to fuel pipe....
It depends on the brands and its size, max is around 100 dollars.
Driver side frame rail, mid way back. Its an inline metal canster.
You don't determine if the fuel filter is bad; you just change andmove on
Lower side of the firewall on the drivers side. You will need a special coupling remover to get the fuel lines off of it. You can get on for a couple bucks at the auto parts place.
Preparation is key. A Motor Vehicle is the 2nd biggest purchasethat we make after property, and as such is an important decisionfor the buyer, whether the vehicle is new or used. This brings a whole load of emotions to the table for the buyer,including fear, doubt, excitement and financial...
The pump is located underneath the rear seat, to remove it firstyou must lift the back seat and then remove the cover of the pumpthat is fastened with 4 bolts
They are mounted on the exhaust system, either in the manifold or the pipes....you just have to look for them if not sure.
The engine needs fuel, compression and spark the run. You aremissing one of those.
Most of these have coil near plug setups, if this is true for youthen you want to check the Crank sensor next. If you have adistributor then you might need to change the cap and rotor.
A Dodge Stratus does not have a reset switch.
yes the dodge neon have fuel injection
In the 1993-2002 Camaro the fuel pump installs into top of fuel tank, so tank removal is required. The existing fuel in the line is likely under pressure. The shop manual recommends you first disconnect the battery, remove fuel filler cap to relieve pressure inside the tank and siphon out as much...
A vehicle @ 13 liters per gallon (~0.29MPG) will travel about 6.55 miles on a tank of 22.5 gallons of fuel.
Just had to do that on a '97 ford f-250 5.4L Dealer quoted $860, I was able to do it for ~$150 & solid days of aggrevation. You will want to replace other parts that you will never get to unless you remove the upper intake. So I spent a bit more on other things just to be safe.
== Answer ==\nThe fuel pump relays are mounted on an "L" bracket underneath the ECM. Both have something to do with the Fuel pump. Be careful not to get it confused with the horn relay it is in the same vicinity (under the dash on the drivers side).
Easy, wait until its empty, and then see how much it takes to fill it to 'full'
The Mazda millenia from 2000 gets 20 mpg, 28 on the highway, and 25 on average.
thats about right , explorer is heavy vehicle and the engines arenot economical
Because of medium melting point , medium linear coefficient of thermal expansion and medium thermal conductivity.
You have to drop the fuel tank in order to get it out just be sure not to break the lines.
There is not a fuel door release lever on the 1994 VW Golf 3 door.Press on the front edge of the fuel door.
1000mi / 25mpg = 40gal $4/gal x 40gal = $160. $160.00. 1000miles divided by 25mpg mulitplied by $4.00 a gallon.
Let us assume that the car has zero acceleration, and will remain the same speed. We will start with the time it takes to travel 1 mile. Since a car going 60 miles per hour takes 1 minute to go one mile ( 60 minutes divided by 60 miles equals 1 ), it will take 3 minutes for a car going 20 ...
What kind of car? Fords up to 91-92 have it in the trunk on the drivers side over the wheel. Later models it is at the fuse panel at and above your left foot.
Depends on the year which you fail to list.
Not enough information. There are different 4.6's! Also, there are different weights and drivetrains in vehicles. I have a 1998 Ford F150 truck that gets up to 17 Mpg. This vehicle is fairly light (no extended cab, short bed, and does not have 4 wheel drive). It does have a fairly low gearing in the...
An overheating engine could be caused by a number of things. None of these things have to do with the make/model/type of vehicle. These things are true for all gas/diesel automobiles. 1) Low coolant or no coolant (antifreeze) levels in radiator. This could be caused by a leak, either from the...
i did it it took.... 4 DAYS AND 18 hours the average is ..... 4.5 DAYS (it depends on fuel/model of car)
I sure dont know I hate math i think its 88 p.s. I HATE MATH
Yes...underhood fuse and relay box
I believe it's in the passenger side rear quarter panel area of the trunk. Hope that helps It's been a long time since I was in that old car!
In the engine bay, to the right of the engine, close to the top ofthe radiator.
Disconnect the negative cable (black) from your battery terminalfor 15 minutes. This should reset most if not all of your car,including the fuel pump.
The best way is to siphon it out. The 1961 shop manual has detailed instructions on how to do this. Followed these and it worked fine.
Under vehicle, passenger side, below bed area mounted in fuel line.
Velocity = Distance ÷ Time, therefore : Time = Distance ÷ Velocity. Time for journey = 877 ÷ 100 = 8.77 hours = 8 hours 46 minutes 12 seconds.
The black plastic bezel snaps off around the instrument cluster if you use a flat plastic lever. Harbor Freight sells a set of plastic levers for cheap that do the job well. Down under the steering wheel there are some plastic panels that will need to be removed that hide some screws that allow you...
Just one. There is a strainer mounted to the fuel pump in the tank. But just one easily changeable fuel filter mounted on the driver side of the vehicle in the frame rail.
This is a difficult question. The easy answer is the qjet is better on mileage. But there are so many variables that its really hard to consider one or the other being better for all engines. Your 'typical' qjet - 750-800cfm spreadbore, to a 750-800 holley squarebore. Both of these carbs are more...
Hey Bill==It depends on what kind of car you have. The fast idle can eat up gas mileage. It is possible the idle speed control is the culprit or maybe the throtle is hanging as it does in some cars. GoodluckJoe It could be a defective thermostat, the engine control computer senses a cold engine and...
The engine will stop running. -Plugged up fuel filter is the same symptom .
Open the hood, look toward your left, and go to the firewall. Thereis a black box, this is where it lives.
Start with a full tank of gas and reset your trip odometer to zero. When it's time to fill the tank again, divide the number of miles you traveled on that tank by the number of gallons needed to fill the tank again. So, if you traveled 350 miles and your car took 14 gallons to fill the tank: 350/14 ...
That's like asking how long is a piece of string. It depends. How is it being used? What equipment is it carrying? Is it 4x4? Crew cab? Dually? What rear axle is it running? Could be anywhere from 10mpg to 20 mpg.
To select method of grease: The use of grease is primarily limited to the lower horse powerpumps where the parameters are in size and speed of the range ofrolling element bearings..Shideled bearings may limited to amaximum temperature 52(deg) ..
The gas tank in my extended 2000 Pontiac Montana is 25 gallons. I would imagine the 02 is the same.
The filter is located under the car, just ahead of the fuel tank on the passenger side. It's a quick disconnect on one end and uses two two wrenches on the other end. You will want to relieve the fuel system pressure before changing it. Open the fuel filler cap, then remove the fuel pump relay...
There is no latch. The fuel door locks/unlocks with the doors.
400 mph means it travels 400 miles in ONE hour. So it travels 4000 miles in ten hours. And 8000 miles in 20 hours. 6000 is half way between 4000 and 8000, so 15 hours is half way between 10 and 20. Or you can just divide 6000 by 400.
With constant velocity (v) the equation for distance can be d = vt, where d is the distance traveled (in miles), and t is the time (in hours). So at t= 2 hr, d = 90 mi, solve for v = (90 mi)/(2 hr) = 45 mi/hr (or mph). Check this at 5 hours: d = (45 mi/hr)*(5 hr) = 225 mi, which checks with the...
Whilst travelling downstream the boat travels at V + C mph where V is the speed of the boat in still water and C is the speed of the current. Whilst travelling upstream the speed is V - C mph. The downstream velocity = 24/2 = 12mph = V + C therefore C = 12 - V Velocity (speed) = Distance ÷ Time ...
Short box, 26 gallons Long box, 35 gallons
Answer . \nmy '96 cavalier sedan (233,000 miles) gets about 450 miles per tank if i run it completely empty, averaging 30 mpg.
there are 4.54 liters in a gallon, therefore 6.61 gallons. if the car travels 35 miles on one gallon it will travel 35 x 6.61=231.28miles