What Causes a Fuel Pump to Whine?

Answer A fuel pump is a mechanical or electrical device that transfers fuel to the engine or carburetor. A common problem that arises with fuel pumps is a high-pitched whining or buzzing noise that can be... Read More »

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Can whine expire, Cheap whine and fine whine?

All wine expires eventually, even if it's never been opened. As you don't tell us how old your wine is and what kind it is, nobody can give you accurate advice. If it's a reasonably good wine then ... 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 Switch My Evinrude 90 HP VRO Fuel Pump S to a Regular Fuel Pump?

Evinrude outboard motors with the VRO2 system don't require you to mix oil with the fuel. Instead, the oil is metered, as required, into the fuel the 2-stroke engine burns; hence the name "variable... Read More »

How to Remove Pressure From the Fuel System for Replacing the Fuel Pump?

The fuel system pressurizes fuel from the fuel tank to the engine. Fuel-injection systems meter the fuel injected for the cylinders by controlling the length of time the injectors are open. To inje... Read More »