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As winter approaches, it’s good to note that one of the leading causes of fuel pump failure is running on a low fuel tank, especially in cold weather. Frequent driving with a low fuel level can starve the pump for lubrication and cooling by plugging up the strainer with contaminants inside the tank, which can lead to accelerated wear or even pump damage.

DIAGNOSTICS: Simple Diagnostic Tricks

When your vehicle doesn’t start, the first thing you think is, “Oh, no, not me, not here!” The second thing that comes to mind is dollar signs. If you learn a couple of simple diagnostic tricks, you may be able to save yourself some money – especially if you are mechanically inclined and can replace most parts on your vehicle yourself. The first part of diagnosing a problem is to determine whether the problem is in the fuel delivery system, the ignition system, or is another mechanical failure.

Tips to Maximize Success as an ASE Certified Auto Technician

Today’s auto technicians are highly trained and skilled individuals who are proficient in vehicles’ computerized components and electrical circuitry as well as knowledgeable about all vehicle systems and subsystems.

For example, fuel pumps have become very sophisticated, as seen in computer-controlled electric fuel pump. A long list of item failures can prevent the electric fuel pump from operating, requiring a skilled technician to locate and correct such a problem.

What Does It Mean To Be An ASE Master Technician?

ASE is an organization that certifies automotive technicians knowledge so that you can be confident that a knowledgeable repair shop and technician are repairing your vehicle.

ASE (Automotive Service Excellence) status requires two years of documented work experience and passing tests in a specific series. There are tests in many different categories and the tests do not have to be taken all at one time. Technicians must recertify every five years. ASE does not put a time limit on recertifying if your certification has expired.

One-stop shop to pump up knowledge: Airtex Fuel Delivery Systems launches new online resource,

Technicians, counter people and Do-It-Yourselfers (DYIers) now have a one-stop shop to learn about “everything” fuel pump related. Airtex Fuel Delivery Systems, the leading automotive aftermarket manufacturer of fuel pumps, has launched a new website at, which provides the latest advances in diagnostic and procedural information and technical support for fuel pump replacement.

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