I checked the internal fuel pump while an assistant turned on the ignition. I was listening near the fuel filler opening and I could hear the internal fuel pump turn on. I could also hear a lot of fuel splashing around the tank when the internal fuel pump primed.
If the external pump is not working, should there still be pressure in the line created by the internal fuel pump? I'm just hoping the external after-market fuel pump I just installed isn't bad.
So, I can hear the external and internal fuel pumps are powering on when the ignition is turned to on? Are there any other components in the fuel system I should check before I uninstall the fuel tank? Thanks.
Saturday, November 28th, 2009 AT 8:12 PM