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Old 02-20-2011, 07:33 PM
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Originally Posted by snookay View Post
I'm going to remove and tighten the lines again first. Can someone confirm whether or not the fact that "At all speeds I feel my car take off when I give it a little or a lot of gas" means that I do not need a fuel pump?
lets talk electrical motors real quick. most of the time, when good, they start right up and run like they should. when they start becoming old and worn, they might take a bit to start but run just fine after a few moments.

a way to test this, connect a VOM meter inline with the positive wire at the fuel pump. turn the VOM to amps. when you start the car, it should pull the highest amount of amps within a couple seconds, so the reading will jump around alot at first, then lower down to a few amps and sit. if its going bad, then amp draw will stay high then start goin down slowly.
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