How to Test Mechanical Fuel Pump?

Answer Older cars without fuel injection use mechanical fuel pumps that are bolted to the engine blocks. Their simple construction makes them reliable and inexpensive, but they can be misdiagnosed as bad ... Read More »

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How to Test a Mechanical Fuel Pump in a 1984 Camaro 2.8 V-6?

A fuel pump that has begun to go bad often misleads you into thinking the problem stems from some other mechanical issue. For instance, if your vehicle has recently been misfiring, you may think yo... Read More »

How to Replace a Mechanical Fuel Pump With an Electrical Fuel Pump?

The choice between a mechanical or electrical fuel pump is more of a personal preference than a choice between a pump that is better than another. But one thing is true: If you have a high performa... Read More »

How to Change a Mechanical Fuel Pump?

If it is time to change your mechanical fuel pump, there is no need to call in a professional. If you have a little bit of mechanical ability and the right tools, you can do the job yourself and sa... Read More »

How to Remove a 350 Mechanical Fuel Pump Rod?

Older Chevrolet 350 cubic inch engines have a mechanical fuel pump installed on the passenger side of the engine. These pumps are connected to the camshaft via a steel rod that is inside the engine... Read More »