are there 2 fuel pumps on a 1984 chevy citation
No, just one.
2 a primary and a secondary
Yes, They are a different size.
All small block oil pumps will physically interchange with each other, before 2000. Keep in mind they make high pressure, and high volume pumps, as well. They are usually just big block pumps. Yeah, they are all the same.
By that time Chevy was pretty much using electric pumps that are located in the tank, itself.
fuel pumps whine when they are going bad
No, There is only one and it is inside of the fuel tank.
Up to late 1986 yes. After that year no.
yes it does it has one on the top and one the bottom
Assuming this is a gas engine with one fuel tank, one.
It should be, if both are in tank pumps.
Electric, in tank.the fuel pumps have not been on the block for over 10 years
Small, and big block use different pumps.
FlexFuel will be written on the vehicle somewhere if that vehicle is Flex Fuel.
what are the wires for on the rear hatch door hydraulic pumps
Hi Make sure it is not an after market pump, I put four after market pumps in my 92 until I was told to use a Mazda pump, all is running good.
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Yup. I do have. I have gear pumps, water pumps, diaphragm pumps, vacuum pumps and blowers, submersible pumps, centrifugal pumps and filters.
If it has duel tanks then it has 2 pumps, 1 per tank.
Big, and small block take different pumps, yes.
My mechanic told me I have (2) gas tanks, and (2) fuel pumps. I know this cause I replaced (1) fuel pump already, the 2nd one just went out.
There isn't one. Chevy doesn't use inertial switches for their fuel pumps. There is a relay in the fuse box, but it's not "re-setable"
No. The fuel pumps changed in 1993 to a different design, from that point on the pump and sending unit were integrated into one unit. They will not interchange.