That depends on whether your engine has a carburettor or is fuel injected. If your engine has a carburettor the fuel pump is on the lower engine block. If your engine is fuel injected the fuel pump is in the gas tank. Tell me which engine you have and I can give a more specific answer.
The fuel pump location depends on the engine in your car. If it is fuel injected the pump is in the fuel tank. If it is the carburetted V6 the fuel pump is on the bottom of the block on the right side of the engine.
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All 1988 Chevy Celebritys are fuel injected. As information 1986 was the last year of carburated engines, it was the 2.8L V6.
If your car has the fuel injected V6 the fuel filter is next to the fuel tank. If your car has the carburetor the fuel filter is in the inlet to the carburetor.
If your engine has a carburetor the filter is in the supply line into the carburetor. If your engine is fuel injected the filter is right next to the gas tank in the fuel line.
The location of the fuel pump depends on which engine the car has. If it is the 2.5L 4 cylinder fuel injected engine the fuel pump is in the fuel tank. If it is the carburetted 2.8L V6 the fuel pump is on the lower part of the engine block on the radiator side of the engine.
On a 1986 Chevy Celebrity V6 the sensor that operates the gauge or temp light is on the head by the firewall at the rear of the engine. There is another temperature sensor on the water outlet. There is another temperature sensor that controls the cold start injector it is on the intake manifold next to the fuel rail. Fuel injected models only.
It is fuel injected. Chevy quite using carburetors in late 1986. from there on everything is fuel injected.
( 8 ) for a 5.0 L ( 302 cubic inch ) fuel injected V8 engine
If it's fuel injected it's in the gas tank and if it's carburated it's on the engine.
Fuel injected? in the fuel tank Carb.? look at the lower front section of engine
Yes 2.4L is fuel injected
The 350's from 1987 up are fuel injected.
stock around 15.3 with the fuel injected engine
Yes ======================================================== On a 1986 Ford Crown Victoria : The 5.0 liter / 302 cubic inch V8 engine is FUEL INJECTED The 5.8 liter / 351 has a CARBURETOR
1986 should be carburatored and it is not required. That would only apply to a fuel injected engine.
In a gasoline engine, it is a fuel-air mixture that is drawn in during the intake stroke, unless the engine is fuel injected. In a fuel injected or a diesel engine, it is air, because the fuel (gasoline or diesel) is injected at the "last moment" before ignition.
NO iTS FUEL INJECTED
Yes, it is.
You can make any engine fuel injected if you have the know how.
If it is a stock engine; or if when you look at the engine, there is a large, round air cleaner on top of it, then it is carbureted, not fuel injected If it is a Wagoneer then it is fuel injected in 87. If it is a Grand Wagoneer then it is carburated.
The fuel pump for fuel injected engines is commonly in the fuel tank.
Yes it has a carburetor. An engine with fuel injection would be a fuel injected engine.