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08.06.2012

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07.16.2014

Airtex Fuel Delivery Systems, the world’s largest manufacturer of fuel pumps, has just launched the Spanish version of it’s award winning FuelPumpU.com technical training website. This online resource, which offers real-time educational assistance, as well as current and in-depth information and fuel pump replacement support will now be available both in English and Spanish. Technicians can now visit the website for a myriad of technical resources and videos on diagnostic training and fuel delivery education in the language of their choice.

12.28.2012

The “Top 3” Most Produced Vehicles of All Time are:
#3 Volkswagen Golf, the successor of the VW Beetle keeps growing in sales with over 25 million in production since 1974.

03.29.2013

The inertia switch is a safety item incorporated by Ford in the fuel system of its vehicles. The only time the inertia switch should trip is during a collision. However, there are other occurrences that can trip an inertia switch, such as a blown tire or simply hitting a pothole in the road. If you have a Ford fuel pump that is not operating properly, always be sure to check your inertia switch.

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08.26.2014

When you purchase products, you will often see references to ISO quality standards. As a consumer, technician or sales person, understanding these quality ratings can be beneficial. For example, Airtex Fuel Delivery Systems are manufactured in compliance with ISO/TS 16949:2009.

08.15.2012

Engine not starting? No fuel pressure? This could be caused by a faulty signal from the crankshaft or camshaft position sensor and not the fuel pump. A common reason for repeat fuel pump replacements is not completely diagnosing the control side of the electrical circuit for the fuel pump.

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