Posts Tagged ‘gasoline’

How to replace my fuel pump? Replacing your fuel pump safely!

Friday, August 6th, 2010

Walbro_255LPH_Fuel_PumpWhen it comes to getting fuel to your engine it is the fuel pumps job to maintain a constant flow of fuel from your tank through the fuel lines into the engine. A common problem with fuel pumps is that they wear out over time and simply fail.  Replacing a worn out fuel pump is not that difficult of a task, but it can be extremely dangerous.  If you think about it you have a tank full of fuel and lines containing pressurized fuel.  This is why it is important that you follow these steps to help you accomplish the task of replacing your fuel pump safely. (more…)

Replacing your fuel filter

Friday, December 18th, 2009

fuel filterHow do I change my fuel filter in my car?

Changing the fuel filter in your vehicle can be easy, if you know what you are doing.  This article will help you understand the correct process on how to properly install your new fuel filter in your vehicle.  Make sure to follow ALL of the instructions, if you do not you may accidentally cause pressurized fuel to shoot everywhere causing an EXTREMELY dangerous situation.  You do not want this to happen, so I have written this article to help you to accomplish this relatively simple task safely.

Now that we have discussed exactly why you should follow all of the instructions due to the safety of yourself, we will now go into the process of changing your fuel filter.  I will try to make changing your fuel filter simple with this article, since it seems they always like to go in the winter.  Hopefully this article will help you speed up the removal and installation of a new fuel filter.