How do change a fuel pump on a 1997 jetta?
if it is fuel injected I would say it is in the fuel tank.
Mounted on top and inside the fuel tank.
The fuel pump is located in the fuel tank. Unless there is an access panel inside the car to get at the fuel pump from above you will have to remove the fuel tank.
In a 1992 Volkswagen Jetta, the fuel pump relay is located on the bottom row of the fuse panel. It is the fuse on the far right.
Your fuel pump is located under the backseat on the passenger side. There is a round cover that you will remove to gain access to the pump.
The fuel pump relay is the very right one at the bottom row on the panel.
On the top of the fuel tank. You will have to drop down the fuel tank to get access to it.
Most VAG diesel models the fuel pump is in the fuel tank Access is normally gained from under the rear seats.
The fuel pump relay is #12 marked in the fuse/relay panel.
If you want to remove a fuel pump from the tank of a Volkswagen Jetta 3, you first need to drop the tank. This means the tanks has to be completely removed from the vehicle before the pump can be removed.
it is inside the gas tank
I own a 96 vw Jetta. The fuel pump relay is numbered 167 underneath the steering wheel on the right side of the fuse panel. I relaced it myself for about $11. Hope this helps you.
It is in the bottom right corner, it will be a number 80.
RIGHT NEXT TO THE RIGHT REAR WHEEL
Under the passengerside back seat cushion.
bottom row first one on right
The fuel filter is located next to the fuel pump in the rear of car next to the fuel tank.
The fuel pump is located in the fuel tank. It will be housed with the fuel sending unit. pull up all the carpet in trunk there is a round access panel pass side near seat
There are many things that could cause hesitation on acceleration in a vehicle. It could be the fuel pump, the gas pump, fuel pump relay, or an electrical problem.
Inside the fuel tank,bellow rear seat and a carpet
Check forn 12VDC at the fuel stop solenoid located on the injection pump, no 12V no engine fuel.