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    Default Honda Civic 2000 UG | Fuel pump

    Hi guys,

    Kindly help me out here.

    I have honda Civic 2000 model. I am facing problems with the fuel pump ... The fuel pump looses pressure. Cones down to 15 only. I change the pump and the car runs perfect for a month, and then after that the same issue ... Have changed 3 pumps in past 3 month and the last pump is also runied now ...

    What can possiblely be the issue ? Any ideas ?


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    Which fuel pumps are you using ? Buying new ones from market ?
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    Tried new from market once, and tried a Japanese as well ... Same problem persists. When I'm putting a new pump, the pressure is 70-100 ... But within a month, the car starts missing and when I get the pump checked, the pump is giving pressure no more than 10.

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    Bro r u Using original Honda Pump
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    Quote Originally Posted by adeelnaeem View Post
    Tried new from market once, and tried a Japanese as well ... Same problem persists. When I'm putting a new pump, the pressure is 70-100 ... But within a month, the car starts missing and when I get the pump checked, the pump is giving pressure no more than 10.
    I myself have tried dozens of new ones but they dont work, crap quality. Are you using the stock assembly that is in the tank?. Check your return lines as well. Make sure your not using a shorter assembly or else dry running mixes air too much and secondly use honda oem fuel pump. There is likely to be a voltage difference between different brands like toyota and mitsu. Check the voltage your pump is receiving and the stock wiring.
    I bought a complete assembly with pump from an accord and used it on my civic for a couple of yrs and never faced a problem. Do buy a complete assembly and take the pump out of it even if you have to throw the rest outside. The open bulk stock is likely to be faulty as they are sometime repaired and not upto the mark
    Or simply get a walbro original
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