Sorry to refresh an old thread...Most of the guys are right its caged up beneath the rear seats...
Apologies im going off topic but grateful for your input.
Just a quick question from the experts (xulfiqar in particular)...
I was facing some troubles with the starting of my honda civic vti pros 2005. It used to take long cranking while starting...Its like lack of current or fuel reaching the engine.
Upon some advice from a mechanic, i got the fuel pump opened for replacement but when he opened it, he found out that pump looks ok and there is no need for replacement.. He put that thingy back on after some cleaning.. The car worked fine for a few days but after that car started giving the problems on a cold engine and works fine on a hot engine, plus a bad combustion smell from the silencer outside when it takes longer cranking to start.
Now, im in fix that whether its a bad fuel pump(as it worked fine for few days) or some thing has clogged up in the pump causing it take long starting self and a bad combustion odour. Should i get the pump replaced or else??? Please advice..
N.B. My car is on CNG but since it starts on Petrol and converts automatically so it doesnt matter, i suppose. I have also got the Advancer/Emulator changed anticipating that they are messing up the starting but the problem persist.. And it works fine while driving, no stall or performance problems at all... Acceleration is pretty smooth too on CNG and Petrol both.
Also, would filling up some Hi-Oct help me with this starting issue?? A lot of people have advised me this??