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Fuel pump problem !!!

Discussion in 'HYBRID -> ED-EF / DA' started by stage2mora, Mar 4, 2012.

  1. stage2mora

    stage2mora New Member

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    ok i recently bought a walbro fuel pump for my 88 civic ef hatchback. i took off my back seats and looked where the fuel pump normaly is and opened it up but i found nothing... am i gona have to take my Gas tank out to replace my fuel pump ?
     
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    RHDism Right Hand Drive guru

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    :eek:

    Found nothing? What exactly did you open up?
    Post some pix.
     
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    jlicrx Senior Member

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    yes, need to remove tank
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    nofxSOHCcrx New Member

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    I've done it a few times...rather easy to do, just a pain if you have 1/2 a tank or more.
     
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    stage2mora New Member

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    i dont have a crx thats the problem i took my back seat off and i literaly took off any visable screws like there is a circle one with three start screws i took those off and took the seal off with a flat head and a hammer i opened it up and i just found a floaty thing that i think meassures the gas... but no fuel pump.. i have a ef hatch NOT WAGON
     
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    jlicrx Senior Member

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    you cannot access the fuel pump from inside the car - you MUST remove the fuel tank - the CRX and Civic use the same fuel tank and the pump is in the rear of the tank - look at the picture of the fuel tank and read fuel pump "Replacement"
     
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