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Dual-Pump Fuel System Diagnostics

A dual-pump fuel system is just what the name suggests - there is more than one fuel pump present in the fuel delivery system. Multiple pumps can be part of the fuel system for a number of reasons.

Airtex: More Than Just Replacement Fuel Pumps

Airtex is known for our high-quality fuel pumps. We have been in the fuel pump manufacturing business for more than 75 years. From our home in Fairfield, Illinois, we bring you the best in replacement fuel pumps and other parts for your fuel system. Whether you need a standard fuel pump to keep your daily driver on the road, or you are looking for something to increase your car's performance at the track, we have what you need. Airtex is more than just replacement parts for your car or light truck.

DIAGNOSTICS: Vehicle Misdiagnosis

Did you know that nearly 75 percent of all aftermarket fuel pump returns are the result of vehicle misdiagnosis?  Whenever the fuel delivery system acts up, our minds seem to jump to the worst-case scenario:  fuel pump replacement.


How to Install Fuel Pump E2263S in 1999 Ford Ranger and 1998-1999 Mazda B4000 Cab Plus Pickup
  1. Before you begin, remove the negative battery cable and bleed the system using the pressure gauge relief valve, making sure to catch the fuel into a safe container.
Replacing Clogged Fuel Filter

If the engine is experiencing a hard start or no-start condition, it is recommended you check if you have a clogged fuel filter before replacing the fuel pump. Symptoms of a clogged filter include the engine stalling or sputtering, idling issues, accelerating problems, exhaust fumes odor, carburetor or injector issues – all similar to a fuel pump failure but not!