Crank again until you can be sure you've released all pressure from the fuel lines. One day while driving my car just died and wouldn't start back up. Step 3: Remove fuel pump fuse. So, you've got a full tank of gas. I'm having trouble removing the fuel pump assembly from my 98 pathfinder. Fuel can only pass through the filter in one direction so it is important to pay close attention when replacing the filter.
The filter element can either be a screen or filter paper depending on what kind is purchased. Connect the negative battery cable. I figured that was just the filter for the fuel pump. A difference of only 1 ohm less than specifications may be enough to prevent the injector from opening reliably under some operating conditions. If resistance is not within specifications typically 3 to 5 ohms for a low-resistance injector, or 12 to 17 ohms for a high-resistance injector , the injector needs to be replaced. Reinstall with new filter in proper direction. The rubber hose was stuck pretty well too.
Replaced fuel filter, fuel pressure test ok 42 psi. It is held in place by a u-type clamp - you can just pull it out. Step 1: Buy new fuel filter. This releases fuel pressure on the tank side. I apologize if this has been asked before, I searched but didn't find anything specific. Next, unscrew the rackets that are holding the hoses on the top and bottom as much as you can - this can take some manipu … lation. You might think about clamping off the lines before you remove it, then loosen the clamp, then undo the line on the tank side.
I traced the fuel lines and cannot find the fuel filter. Camshaft position sensor failed test, replaced distributor. Take off the cover to the fusebox located here: You will find a chart on the back indicating the fuse for the fuel pump: Remove the given fuel pump fuse using the provided white fuse tool. Tried spraying starting fluid in the air intake to see if it would fire but nothing. Now remove the clamps holding the fuel lines to each end of the filter. Check against the chart printed on the side of the fusebox housing. These filters are fairly inexpensive, so check out our page for great deals and coupons on a new one tip: buy several, when you go to check the filter on your Pathfinder, you can easily swap it for a new one if it is dirty.
The bottom should lock into place. After searching towards the rear I looked forward and … found it to be in center section of door. The pump is an electrical device that feeds fuel from the tank, through the fuel lines, to the engine. Use air flow spray cleaner to clean it. A little liquid soap on the filter will allow the hoses to slide back in place easily. When changing, first pull the fuel pump fuse then run the engine until it dies.
When trying to start sounds like a few cylinders fire then nothing. I doubt its bypassed else the pressure will be too high and inconsistent. Purolator is supposed to be a decent brand, I'll see how it holds up over the years. Does anyone have a clue where it is? Once I removed the pump, I was able to remove the plastic housing around it and the filter net thing. Take time to note orientation of filter in relation to fuel tank side and fuel pump side. May take a few extra cranks to re-pressurize system.
The filter snaps into its holder. Is the pump attached somehow to the bottom of the tank? Note direction of fuel flow before removing completely. All other electrical is working. Be careful not to damage it with any physical contact. The fuel pressure regulator is by the fuel rail. Planning on doing a pic guide when I change mine in a few weekends.
If you drive in dusty or sandy conditions, you should change your filter more frequently. Replace gas cap, fuel pump fuse, and crank engine. Pulled the rear seat and got inside the gas tank, but it was not there either, only the fuel pump. Retighten hose clamps I always liner them up so they are easier to remove the next time , snap filter into place, remove clamps from fuel lines, and your all set. If you're going to remove it the lines will be stuck on. Step 4: Start the engine and wait for it to die.