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#1 of 60 Fuel Pump Continuously Runs when Engine is Cold and Off
Dec 28, 2006 (11:54 am)
When the temperature is below 50 degrees and the engine is COLD, on KOEO the fuel pump runs continuously. This prevents the engine from starting. If you leave the key on for a long period of time (greater than 10 minutes) the pump will stop and the car will start. However, the engine runs very rich (with low power) until it heats to normal operating temp. Replaced Fuel Relay, ECT, and wide open throttle relays. ECM reports secondary Fuel Pump Circuit Failure (code 95). At a lost on correcting this problem. What can I test or check next?
#2 of 60 fuel line repair
Jan 05, 2007 (10:46 pm)
recently replaced the in-tank fuel pump on my daily driver t-bird. in the process, i kinked the return line and now have a leak. what is the proper way to repair this? will a dorman compression union work? (will it be able to handle the high pressure?) someone told me that ford offers a repair kit & special tool, but my ford parts dept is clueless.
#3 of 60 Re: fuel line repair [redhotlx]
Jan 09, 2007 (7:12 am)
Just buy a new fuel line. Why risk a fire? Fuel line is fairly inexpensive.
#4 of 60 Leak in fuel line?
Apr 16, 2007 (11:40 pm)
I'm a novice at auto repairs... I have a leak at the top of the line where the nozzle from the gas pump goes into the fuel tank. How can I fix this problem so that it doesn't leak everytime I try to fill up the tank?
#5 of 60 Re: Leak in fuel line? [fieldsharry]
Apr 17, 2007 (5:09 am)
TAKE IT TO A QUALIFIED MECHANIC. DO NOT TRY TO FIX IT YOURSELF. IT'S TOO DANGEROUS!
YES, I'M YELLING!
#6 of 60 Re: Leak in fuel line? [akirby]
Apr 17, 2007 (9:56 pm)
That's fine. Does that sound like something that when taken to a QUALIFIED mechanic that it should be pretty simple to take care of? Can I expect low cost or what? Thanks for the reply.
#7 of 60 Re: Leak in fuel line? [fieldsharry]
Apr 18, 2007 (6:19 am)
There's not much you can do to it other than tighten the connection or replace the filler neck. They might have to lower the gas tank to get to it, though, so that would take a little labor. Shouldn't be really bad, though.
#8 of 60 Working on your own fuel lines.
Apr 18, 2007 (12:02 pm)
why don't you try a triple bypass on yourself when you are done working on the car.
#9 of 60 Re: Working on your own fuel lines. [mschmal]
Apr 20, 2007 (11:31 pm)
I just might do that... people ask questions to get answers then you get dumba**es that try to make it funny. What's the purpose of the site??? Why don't you try growing up.
#10 of 60 Re: Leak in fuel line? [akirby]
Apr 20, 2007 (11:34 pm)
Thanks alot.. That's what I needed to know. You guys should keep the a**holes off of here. It makes it look less professional. Thanks again.