timebuilder· ASE Master, now Realtor
A 1989 Camry
I have to admit, I didn't expect that to work...you said the rear of the car was one foot higher than the front, which should be sloshing the fuel towards the pick-up on the sending unit, not away from it. Wierd.tybeejoe said:When I got home tonight I tried to the car and it would just crank. I put 5 gal of gas in the tank tried to start it and it fired up. So how much of a pain is it to change the fuel pump? And how much longer can I plan on running like this? Thanks
Good luck. At least you have a covered garage to work in! :clap:tybeejoe said:Thanks all for the info. I would love to wait till summer, but kinda worried that it will break down far from home. And as long as this is my problem, I might as well fix it while I have a chance. Thanks
timebuilder said:If you put in an inline pump, and you have the hose problem mentioned above, you won't get a good draw inh the tank, and you may also not get a good draw through the old pump.