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'82 Brat fuel pump replacement
Posted 05 August 2004 - 04:01 AM
So my question is, can I reasonably expect to quickly and easily replace the fuel pump in this guys driveway? If I have the FSM to work with (I don't mind getting one, or better yet downloading it from Subaru) I can get it done in the time the manual says it should take. Is there a likelihood that the fuel pump could have caused problems with the engine, like leaning it out and possibly causing damage before it failed entirely? Anything else I should be prepared to make right before attempting to drive it over 7500-ft. high Donner Pass? Thanks in advance fellas!
Posted 05 August 2004 - 07:36 AM
Posted 05 August 2004 - 12:33 PM
My FPCU just gave out but the pump still works just fine. Pull the wires and see it the FPCU is giving you power to the pump?
With the key on.
82 SubaruHummer, still looking for FPCU.....
Posted 05 August 2004 - 12:57 PM
the fuel pump is right behind the rear passenger tire, 3 bolts and 2 hoses, there is a filter there too.
if you hardwired it you can run 12v+ from the +coil terminal to the pump, and ground the pump to the body
i would run the wires thru the fuel or brake line grommets on the floor, and ground the wire to a bolt on the seat or any bolt in the area
Posted 05 August 2004 - 01:11 PM
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