It has a Hybrid/Multiport Fuel Injected (MPFI) fuel delivery system with an electric fuel pump.
Idle speed cannot be adjusted on this model. No manual adjustments available. Problem may lie in fuel pump, or fuel filter or temp sensor.
1997-2001 Jeep Cherokee fuel filters are located inside the gas tank on the fuel pump. It is not routinely serviced. The fuel filter is only serviced if fuel pressure or fuel delivery volume tests show a problem.
Fuel delivery problem. Maybe a plugged fuel filter or a weak fuel pump.
Could be a fuel delivery problem like a plugged fuel filter.
Fuel delivery problems like a bad fuel pump, a dirty fuel filter could cause that.
A 1989 Ford Escort would not be getting fuel if the fuel pump has failed or the filter is clogged. A local mechanic or dealership can diagnose and repair the problem.
Could be a fuel delivery problem such as incorrect fuel pressure or even a plugged fuel filter.
A fuel system diagram for the 1989 Honda Civic would include the fuel pump, the fuel relay, and the fuel tank and lines. You can find the diagram in most Chilton's manuals for that model and year.
There is no mention as to whether this is a carbureted, or fuel injected model. The most likely cause in either case however, would be a fuel restriction problem. Check for proper fuel delivery to engine. If you have a carbureted model, and no fuel delivery problems, most likely the carburetors need a good cleaning. While at it, make sure the fuel is fresh and free of water, or debris. Also if you have been using ethanol enhanced fuels, all hoses and lines in the fuel system should be checked for serviceability.
Code 43 is a problem in the fuel delivery system.
As far as I am aware, this model uses a carb
Could be a fuel delivery problem, start with replacing the fuel filter.
The fuel pump is in the fuel tank and the fuel tank will have to be removed to access it. If you do not have the skill or equipment to do this properly, I suggest taking it to a shop.
Could be a fuel delivery problem such as a dirty fuel filter.
What you're describing is more commonly a fuel delivery problem or an ignition problem.
Your model does not have one. The #1 problem with these vehicles is fuel pump failure.
The fuel pressure is constant, regulated by the fuel pump itself (inside the tank). Could you clarify the question a bit, like what kind of fuel delivery problem are you having?
The 1989 model, 125hp Force outboard, requires a 50:1 fuel, to 2 cycle oil mix.
It can be many things. Bad fuel pump, clogged fuel filter, blown fuel pump fuse, bad fuel pump relay, and many other things. You have to determine what you are missing, fuel or spark. Then you will know if it is a fuel delivery problem or electrical problem.
When you turn the key to the on position do you hear the fuel pump run for a couple seconds? If not it is probably a bad fuel pump. Not uncommon for these vehicles.
In the M:B E 300, model 1989, the fuel filter is located under the floor near the rear right wheel and it is cover with a plastic shield. There are , in the same place two fuel pumps too.
A 1989 year model, 25 hp Johnson outboard, model J25ELCEB, will run well on a 50:1 fuel, to two cycle oil, ratio. This is roughly one pint of oil, to six gallons of fuel.
by the fuel delivery man