if the fuel pump is still running with the ignition off it means that somehow the pump is still receiving power either someone has rewired it incorrectly or there is a short somewhere allowing power to cross over to the fuel pump
prob have a bad ignition switch
I would put a ignition module in the distributor, That will probley fix it.
In the carb right behind the fuel intake line
I would expect that the power for the fuel pump would be supplied through the ignition switch so I would start there, that is check the ignition switch.
I believe this usually this happens if the fuel / air mixture is not rich enough (too much air / too little fuel) which causes the cylinder heads to get too hot which means that any unburnt fuel in the cylinders will continue to ignite even after the ignition has been cut.
being that fuel pump is in the gas tank I would remove the fuel line at the filter then turn on ignition being that fuel pump is in the gas tank I would remove the fuel line at the filter then turn on ignition
A fuel with an ignition temperature less than the room temperature would spontaneously ignite - it would not be suitable for fuel because it would burn itself up before it could be used to power an engine.
I read somewhere that there is a recall for this issue, talk to your dealer.
pump relay probably stuck
The fire point of a fuel is the temperature at which it will continue to burn for at least 5 seconds after ignition by an open flame. Firepoint comes after flashpoint.
where is the fuel located for ignition what number of the fuel
could be fuel pump, bad fuel filter, or ignition module.
# Emissions system not functioning properly # Fault in the fuel or electrical system # Ignition timing incorrect
Lose fuel or the coil Packing
That vehicle would have throttle body fuel injection in which case it would have two fuel injectors.
Yes. Starter, fuel, ignition, computer, etc.Yes. Starter, fuel, ignition, computer, etc.
Diesel fuel injection injects fuel into air that is hot enough to ignite the fuel. Spark ignition takes a fuel air mixture mixed and then drawn into the cylinder before ignition, then ignites with an electric spark.
The fuel filter could cause a start and stall. Other causes could include the fuel pump, computer, various sensors, and ignition system.
Water removes heat by converting into steam and may reduce the heat below the ignition temperature of the fuel. It may also INCREASE the ignition temperature of the fuel itself by soaking in. Thus, the fuel cannot continue to burn until all the water has been converted to steam, which requires more heat.
Yes , of course , what would be the alternative ?
Two common failures in series 3 fuel systems are the fuel pump relay and the ignition switch.
why would you want to.... without a fuel pump, there will be no fuel, no ignition, no rpm, no power, no forward motion, no fun.
no it would be carbureted, not fuel injected