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airtex in line fuel pump

Old 08-11-2004, 02:48 PM
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I am having fuel problems right now. I have a 92 civic vtec turboed with an FMU this kinda says my basic setup. Anyways, recently when I sometimes go to start the car, the fuel is not getting "primed" up to the front of the car and the car won't start. To get it to finally start, I just keep turning it to the ignition on position without starting it and listen for the fuel pump to pump up the line. When I hear this happen, it usually will start right up. I am wondering if I should get a new fuel pump, check the fuel pump relay somehow, or install this Airtex in line fuel pump or I believe it to be an inline fuel pump. And if so, how do I go about doing this? The Airtex fuel pump has a the flange bolt mounts and I don't have any lines or anything to mount onto it, so I might not be able to use it. Anyways, any input would help so I can stop being laughed at or imbarassed when my car won't start.
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Old 08-12-2004, 10:51 PM
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my car did that for a while too... my problem was the main relay... look in your haynes manual on how to check it, that could be your problem...
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Old 08-14-2004, 03:17 AM
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sell that inline fuel pump and get a walbro for $80-90.
if you have to use the inline, you should be able to tap the hole and use some fittings to connect it. post a pic to help us visualize it.
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