Date: Fri, 20 Oct 2000 18:03:44 -0700
From: Kimo Saaby <>
Subject: Re: Fuel Pump

If a fuel pump dies on you, sometimes you can tap on it with a screwdriver or something & it might start working again... enough to get you home. So..... that IS normal. Your pump is bad. You gotta replace it. Just get a used fuel pump the exact same year as yours. If yours has a rubber bellows with a plastic strainer - make sure you tell them that cuz the strainer deal can be slightly different. I got a good used fuel pump for $65. A NEW one gets as high as $240 -$380. YIKES! Follow my previous instructions on height & angle of strainer inlet or..... Your car will konk out on left turns! hahahaha (true.... I know!) - Orbitronik POOH GUND wrote: > As mentioned before I believe my fuel pump died. I checked the voltage from the > relay and had twelve volts to the pump, it still did not work. I removed the > fuel from the tank, it was a walbro. The numbers on the pump were - first > line: 4021358, 2nd line: A0S006, third line:13090-2. None of these numbers > match any of the part numbers listed on-line or at the parts stores. > > One confusing thing was that the pump was not working previously. After taking > it out and hooking it up to a 12 volt power supply at first it would not work, > but after the second try it did. So it seems to be intermittent, is that > normal? > > Suggestions?

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