should the fuel pump come on every time I turn the switch on I can turn it off then turn it back on I can hear it every time


Asked by Mar 24, 2017 at 08:44 AM about the 1988 Chevrolet Celebrity

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

9 Answers


You will hear the fuel pump prime up every time you turn the key to the on position. Thats a good thing.

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When it gets warm it acts like its not getting gas and won't crank

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What do you mean, not turn over or turns over but not start?

Yeah gets warm runs for a second and dies let it sit and cool cranks like a champ replaced every thing from control module plugs wires coils oxygen censors fuel filter fuel relay switch fuses the guy I bought it from put the fuel pump on said it didn't come with new screen in a have to situation he used the old screen could that be it I haven't changed the pvc valve it's one owner 117,000 miles mint condition wish someone could help me out I really need this car to take my dad to doctor ect thanks


Bill, are the same guy as GuruZV8B?

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Can you help please


Yes or no, I get the e-mail you delete...but what ever, just here to help. The best thing to do would be to check the fuel pressure. That is a fine screen on the end of the fuel pump and could hold fine d-bree, plugging it up.



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