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    Default Fuel pump problem 95 civic

    just install new fuel pump which is mechanical and sits beside engine .
    the problem is that after 40km speed cars wombles badly
    mechanic say push on high reverse for some time .
    there are some kachra in lines which will get out but i am not satisfied by this theory


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    what engine?
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    blow out the feed and return lines with compressed air, change the fuel filter and check the fuel return flow from the pump, it should be constant and not foam up when the engine gets hot.
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    in my case(charade) used(kabli) mechanic pump works alot better then new chines toys...

    other option is to repair your original mechanical pump by getting new fuel pump repairing kit from market..
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    one thing return pipe was changed because old pipe was hard and broken
    today i will blow out air in pipes where is fuel filter located as i don't see any filter type thing in bonnet .

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    Quote Originally Posted by askai37 View Post
    one thing return pipe was changed because old pipe was hard and broken
    today i will blow out air in pipes where is fuel filter located as i don't see any filter type thing in bonnet .
    the filter is mounted outside the fuel tank, its reached from under the car.
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    Xulfiqar @the filter is mounted outside the fuel tank, its reached from under the car.

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    Quote Originally Posted by askai37 View Post
    Xulfiqar @the filter is mounted outside the fuel tank, its reached from under the car.

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    raise the car and replace it yourself, it requires a 10mm thin socket and a small screwdriver.
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