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Technician "How Do I ... ?"

"I installed one of your fuel pumps in my pickup truck and now the fuel pump or the fuel gauge doesn't work. With the old one, the fuel pump didn't work but the fuel gauge did. Now neither one of them work. Do I need to get another one?"

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TRAINING: How OBD-II Monitors The Fuel Delivery System

Although OBD-II was designed mainly to detect emission faults, it has evolved to monitor many other processes as well, ranging from fuel trim to the evaporative system to the coolant thermostat. When OBD-II detects the same problem occurring in two separate drive cycles, it illuminates the "check engine" light to alert the driver and encourage a prompt fix. When it comes to fuel delivery system issues, OBD-II especially monitors the components and data carefully.

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DIAGNOSTICS: Troubleshooting Fuel Pumps -- Voltage Drop Test

Misdiagnosis is the leading cause of fuel pump problems and returns. Often, a voltage drop test is the only effective way to find excessive resistance in high amperage circuits. It’s a quick and easy test that will give you immediate results on whether you have a good connection or a bad one.

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2000-03 Chevy S10 2.2l Tech Tip

If your vehicle is experiencing low or no fuel pressure after a fuel pump or fuel filter replacement, the cause could be a faulty fuel filter/regulator. To determine if it is the fuel pump or fuel filter/regulator, there are steps you should following.

TECH TIP: Fuel Tank Cleaning

Modern fuel tanks are difficult to clean because of their internal baffling. If a tank can be cleaned, it’s important to use mild detergent and water to remove the dirt. The tank should then be thoroughly dried by circulating air through the tank or air-dried outside. In many cases, a fuel tank replacement is the most cost-effective and safe alternative for preventing repeat fuel pump failures.