It's probably located in the gas tank. Surprise surprise! Mom's car started sputtering/cutting out. Checked the obvious fuel pump/filter assembly under the carriage. It worked fine. Changed the filter, added lots of glycol. Ran fine for about 2 weeks, then started the same problem again. Lo and behold--there are TWO fuel pumps. The Hayes and Chilton manuals have hit and miss accuracy. One pump on the undercarriage, the other under the back cushion on the wagon. We dropped the whole tank to knock the screw- in loose (supposed to use brass--no sparks!). A spanner wrench would have made it easier/could have done it without dropping the tank. Two fuel pumps? Crazy. BTW, hers was an '89 240DL.
Through the trunk under the carpet nearest back seat.
fuel pump is under the car on the drivers side under the rear seat. the fuel pump relay is under the foot kick pad on the passenger side, white in color and usually hanging on a bracket volvodoctor
the fuel filter is located under the car on the driver side about 2/3 of the way back, it is bolted to floor pan next to the primary fuel pump. the fuel pump looks like a coil. There is also an internal fuel pump inside the gas tank in the 1985 Volvo 240, so changing the external one may not fix your problem.
under the driver seat, in the undercarriage, And one on the Sump in the tank.
2, one in the tank, one higher pressure pump in the line
the fuel pump relay can be found up under the dash board on the passenger side of the car. O.E.M. units are white.
on the 1988 Vovlo 240, the fuel filter is loca
I suspect you have a short in the related wiring harness.
if your looking for the filter on the car it right in front of the fuel tank next to the fuel pump. if your looking for the filter its self try napaonline .com
Intank fuel pump and/or airflow meter also break system check valve.
Fuel pump in the rear of the car.. from underneath... when the car is on a lift. the filter is a canister near the pump.. costs about 15 or 20 bucks online... look in places like thepartsbin.com
Adjust ignition timing. check knock sensor.
The 1988 Volvo 244 utilized the Bosch LH 2.2 Jetronic fuel injection system. There are two fuel pumps; a lift pump to which you refer is mounted inside the gasoline tank. There is a second, high pressure pump under the car next to the gasoline filter. To remove the tank pump, you remove the "bung" which also has the fuel sender connected to it.
Driver side kick panel fuse no. 4 and 6. Relay is behind glove box.
there is no real way to test a fuel pump you just haft to listen to it. When you turn your key over you should hear it kick in. Listen for it to click and relay from the switch to the pump. Other than that you have no way to test it.
There are 2, one in the tank, one next to the pump under the driver seat. the one in the tank is just a mesh screen on the sump.
Locate fuel pump underneath vehicle right in front of left rear wheel, you will see the fuel filter connected in line with it. On the front part of the fuel pump you will see a brass valve connected to it. That is the fuel pump check valve. Make sure you clean the area around the fuel pump and pump filter thoroughly before disconnecting. My question to you would be how did you know it was bad?
Its in the trunk under an access panel. Pull up the carpet mat and you should see it to the back of the trunk on the driver's side. Here's a link that will give you more info than you ever wanted to know about the 240 fuel pump: http://cleanflametrap.com/transferPump.htm
Right in front of the pump, looks like integral part of the pump, made of brass. Be careful not to brake short high preassure line connector to the fuel filter. Fairly expensive and easy to brake.
It is located with the fuel pump under the drivers side of the car. It rests on a plate that also has the fuel pump attached to it. Undo the bolts holding the plate to the bottom of the car and you will see that it is very easy to replace.
the fuel pump relay is under the radio compartment behind the ash tray with the fuses This is true of the 700/900 series, but if you have a 240, then it is below the glove box. the fuel pump relay does a number of things which is why it must be changed in the UK the cost is £ 18 it is white or blue and it is found by going on goggle and typing in view of fuel pump relay on any car you have but in this case Volvo 940 and you will see the picture viewing fuse box and relays.