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If you’re not familiar with, it’s a free, blog-based magazine for car guys, hot rodders, and gear heads of all kinds. Bang Shift celebrity Chad Reynolds visited Airtex Fuel Delivery Systems several months back, but we felt his experience was worth sharing again with those who may not have seen it the first time around. He learned first hand how we design, make, and test the best quality pumps in the automotive aftermarket. And, of course, Chad had some fun along the way!  Check out the video here.


A common misconception is that the fuel pump is like an "On/Off" switch. If you can hear it running there must be power and all is fine. However, that is not the case. Voltage at the fuel pump has a direct effect on fuel flow and pressure. Even a two-volt drop can have a drastic effect on your vehicle's fuel system flow and pressure, causing drivability issues.


Tim Allen once said, ''I have a thing for tools.'' More than likely, he has a different tool for every job. However, if you are someone that does mechanic work out of necessity, and not because you have a passion for the work, it can be hard to know exactly which tools are absolutely necessary.


Every time you take your car to the filling station, you are using the invention of one of America's most important "unknown" inventors--Sylvanus Bowser. He created the automobile fuel pump. The fuel pump may not be the most exciting piece of equipment, but the history behind this piece is quite interesting. Learn more about Sylvanus Bowser and how he helped to shape the way that people fuel up efficiently.


Most fuel system issues can be diagnosed using a fuel pressure gauge for fuel pressure and volume tests and a digital volt and ohm meter for electrical checks. To get started with proper diagnostics, all you need is a fuel pressure gauge to conduct some simple fuel pressure and volume tests.

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