how do you reset fuel after putting a fuel pump in a 1991 chevy astro van

Asked by Jul 20, 2012 at 01:45 AM about the 1991 Chevrolet Astro

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Put a fuel pump in.you can hear the pump running,but I'm not getting any fuel

5 Answers

287,005

No need to reset anything. Sounds like a clog or leak somewhere. So your not getting any fuel pressure on the fuel rail in the engine compartment?

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Not at all.even disconnected the line rt by the fuel pump and fuel filter to see if it was pumping gas.pumps running.but no fuel.

287,005

Hmmm, maybe the pump is faulty?

I hear the pump kicking on.could it be fuel relay?

the pump is working ,did you change the filter? you might have a kink in the line somewhere .

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