Incorporating the latest technological advancements and adhering to a design philosophy of OE or better performance, Airtex fuel system products cover the full range of domestic and import electric and mechanical fuel pumps that fit most cars, trucks and SUV's. With over 1,399 cataloged fuel pump applications and regular new product releases, Airtex has the application coverage required to meet the demands of today’s automotive aftermarket.
Electric Pump Mechanical Pump
Major Causes of Fuel Pump Failure
Misdiagnosis of the vehicle's problem
Rust, corrosion or other contamination in the vehicle's fuel tank.
Clogged or plugged fuel filters and strainers.
Faulty on-vehicle fuel pump wiring or
Fuel Pressure - If the engine runs but exhibits driveability problems,
check fuel pressure
and flow and compare readings to the manufacturer's specs.
Too High - the most likely cause is a faulty regulator or a clogged return line.
Too Low - check for low voltage at the pump or filter and fuel line blockages.
When Replacing a Fuel Pump, always:
Replace the filter or strainer with a new filter or strainer.
Professionally flush or clean the fuel tank.
Inspect, repair, or replace the suspect vehicle's connectors or wiring.
Refer to the Diagnostic/Troubleshooting and Installation Guidelines document found in the fuel pump box.