Fuel Pump Selection

Asked by Sep 10, 2016 at 12:26 PM about the 2009 Toyota Camry LE

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

I need a fuel pump and want to purchase a reliable
brand and correct psi. Trying to read a charT
saying it should be balanced with volume. How do
I get my cars average psi pressure to know how to
read the chart

5 Answers


What Engine is in this vehicle. Curious....why are you replacing the FP?

2.4..it's not cranking. Sounds dsmoke@bellsouth.net as if it's out of gas.

Sounds as if it's out of gas.


"2.4..it's not cranking"...sounds like an Engine CRANKING SYSTEM problem not a FP issue. Does the Battery sound like it will turn the engine over well(Cranking).....or.....perhaps.....the Engine will not Start(fire-up)? The Specs on the Fuel Pump for this Vehicle should be available at the vendor. The Factory specs from Toyota are more difficult for obtain. One would need a Service and repair Guide such as Alldata....or Mitchell on Demand. That's available at your local repair shop. You might consider having a Fuel Pressure Test done to confirm you have a FP problem.

Thanks. Its been verify that it's the fuel pump.

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