Have you replaced the fuel filter? Are you sure the pump is running and the fuse is not blown or the relay is bad. Do you have fire, and do you have fuel pressure to the injectors?
sounds like you need a fuel filter or fuel pump or both
try replacing the fuel filter
Did you replace the fuel filter as well? A plugged filter will cause the engine to stall.
Put some diesel fuel in the fuel filter before you start it - it'll save you a lot of trouble versus trying to manually prime the pump.
my 91 izuzu rodeo is not working i have replaced the fuel filter and its still not crancking if i put fuel injecter fluid on it it will cranck then shut off and i belive its the fuel filter how do i know if its my fuel filther and where is it located
if you just guessed that was the problem, that is where you went wrong. check for spark or fuel pressure to begin diagnosing your problem.
Read the error codes for sensors problems.
To replace a fuel filter, locate the fuel pump relay and unplug it. Now, start the car and wait for it to die from lack of fuel. Then try to start it a few more times to make sure most of the fuel in the lines is gone. No, find the fuel filter and remove it via nessecary means. Be aware that some fuel will still come out when the lines are loosened and removed. Put the new filter on and tighten lines to spec, or use appropriate clips. Plug in the fuel pump relay again and turn the key on, then off a few times waiting 5 seconds before shutting it off and doing it again (without starting the engine). This will prim the fuel lines. Then start the engine and look at the filter while running to check for leaks.
Check for Fuel in tank. Check Fuel Filter. Check Fuel Fuses.
no that is not necesary you only put a piece of rubber to prove it works before you put the filter. If this work then you put the filter
The fuel filter is inside of the fuel tank. in 2004 chevy moved the filter from the frame rail and put it in the tank.
Get a can of throttle body cleaner.....spray throttle body cleaner into the throttle body.....open the blade and shoot some into the throttle body. Then try to start the car...if it starts, then you have a fuel delivery problem. Hook a fuel pressure gauge to the fuel rail and just turn the key on and see what pressure you get. If no pressure then it is either your fuel pump OR a clogged fuel filter. You can then put a new fuel filter on, test the pressure again and if still no pressure, you are pretty much looking at the fuel pump. If you get fuel pressure at the fuel rail and it still won't start then you probably have an injector problem.
Check fuel pump fuse. If you have changed the fuel filter on a 2000, you might have forgotten to put the rubber grommet between new fuel filter and fuel pump (look at your old fuel filter). Check fuel pump fuse. If you have changed the fuel filter on a 2000, you might have forgotten to put the rubber grommet between new fuel filter and fuel pump (look at your old fuel filter). Check fuel pump fuse. If you have changed the fuel filter on a 2000, you might have forgotten to put the rubber grommet between new fuel filter and fuel pump (look at your old fuel filter).
You need to have the fuel pressure tested. The pump may seem to be working but not the required pressure needed.
It could be your fuel filter needs replaced or possibly your fuel pump itself is on its way out. I would try replacing the fuel filter first.
change your fuel filter and test the fuel pressure. pump pressure 60 psi line pressure after the fuel regulator on TBI 11 TO 13 Psi.
Fuel pump sensor relay
In 2004 Chevy moved the fuel filter from the FRAME RAIL and put it in the FUEL TANK. That's crazy isn't it. You will have to drop the fuel tank down to service the fuel filter.
1948 dodge 3.8 flathead 6 run on the freeway my car stop i put a new fuel pump in or could be my coil
I have found that on the diesel once you put fuel in the tank, you then have to put fuel in the fuel filter on the passenger side of the engine compartment. Once you do that then you can try to start the beetle. once it starts after a few tries you might want to open the drain cock on the bottom of the fuel filter to get all the air out of the line. This is how I did it. and it work for me.
check your fuel filter and also your spark plugs.
Sounds like a fuel pump or filter problem.