I have a 1987 Dodge D100 318 and the fuel pump was at the front of the engine underneath where the air compressor/a'c pump is at. looking at the front of the truck it is on the lower left side almost directly behind radiator
The 1989 should be fuel injected which will mean the pump is in the tank.
Dodge does not use inertia/reset switches. The fuel system is computer controlled with relays.
It is inside the fuel tank, part of the fuel pump module.
its part of the fuel pump
Install a new line.
The regulator is part of the pump module in the tank.
For removing the fuel pump bolts on a 318, 360, 400, you would use a 1/2" socket. I used this to remove and install bolts on a 1977 Dodge Warlock with the 400 in it. Hope that helps.
The relay could be stuck.
It is part of the pump module in the fuel tank.
In the tank, part of the fuel pump module.
14-15 PSI14-15 PSI
if the pump is a electric one than its located by the rear fuel tank, however if its a machanical one than its located under the alternator Mechanical pump on the front passenger side of the engine.
I know on a '85 it's right below the alternator, they might be the same?
35 gallon standard, 22 optional.
Need to know what year 318 you have to help you.
Approx 14 psi
Inside the oil pan at the rear of the engine.
Check fuel pressure at pump? if you have pressure, check float NEEDLE WIRE that helps open the valve.
It is part of the fuel pump, in the tank. On a 14 year old vehicle, if you are removing the tank you should replace the entire pump.It is part of the fuel pump, in the tank. On a 14 year old vehicle, if you are removing the tank you should replace the entire pump.
The Dodge 318 is a 8 cylinder engine.The Dodge 318 is a 8 cylinder engine.
under the driver side door along the frame of the truck. it has an in line and an out line side by side
Yes, throttle body injection.