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Is fuel consumed when a car is in gear and going down a hill?

January 22nd, 2011 · No Comments

Is much fuel burnt when you have your foot off the accelerator and in gear just coasting down a hill? I have a BMW with a MPG meter which displays 0 MPG when I am doing this even though the engine is still running?
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Around how much will it cost me to get a new fuel pump installed?

December 21st, 2010 · No Comments

I have a 98 chevrolet K1500 4×4 pickup with 5.7 liter V8 and my fuel pump went out on me yesterday and im trying to figure out how much it will cost me all together with installation and everything.
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APS Extreme Fuel System APS350Z-FSS/09 Installation Guide

October 22nd, 2010 · No Comments

APS350Z-FSS/09 Installation Guide
1. Remove the stock fuel pump assembly in accordance with the factory service manual.
Fuel Pumps
2. Remove the low fuel level sensor from the fuel pump housing. Unsolder the two wires from the low fuel level sensor.
3. Carefully unplug the two wires from the stock fuel level sender unit. Gently unclip the stock fuel level sender unit from the main fuel pump housing as shown. Remove the fuel level sender unit.
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Fuel Injections Performance Kits Installation Instructions

September 25th, 2009 · No Comments

TO START:
1. Turn the ignition OFF and disconnect the vehicle’s negative battery cable.
2. Loosen and remove the air cleaner wing nuts, then remove the air cleaner lid.
3. Disconnect the cold inlet tube and then remove the air cleaner base assebmly as shown.
NOTE: Some vehicles are equipped with and air injection check valve which is vented to the air cleaner assembly. On these vehicles, remove the rubber hose and clamp the provided filter to the check valve.
4. Loosen and remove the two bolts that secure the air inlet/resonator, then remove the assembly as shown.
NOTE: K&N recommends that you do not discard your factory air intake.
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Titan Fuel Tanks Installation Instructions

August 15th, 2009 · No Comments

Step Description
1. Place the vehicle on a hoist that leaves the entire underside of the frame.
2. Drain all the fuel from the original equipment tank using a pump or siphon. In some cases Dodge tanks have a screen at the tank inlet which won’t allow a siphon hose to enter. In this case, it may be necessary to drive the vehicle until fuel is as low as possible in the tank.
3. Disconnect 1 ½” fuel tank full hose and ¾” vent line hose from fill spout, leaving them attached to the tank.
4. Disconnect electrical connection, feed line and return line from the sending unit. Press in the tabs on the connection fittings to release fuel lines.
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Flyin’ Miata Fuel Rail Installation Instructions

July 29th, 2009 · No Comments

Congratulations on purchasing the FM Fuel Rail! We’re confident that this is a high quality piece that will help ensure the safety and performance of the engine in your Miata. Following are instructions that will help you safely install this piece.

1. The fuel system first needs to have its pressure re- lieved. There are two ways to do this, it’s safest to do them both. First, find the relay that’s pictured to the side. It will be underneath the dash, near the steering column. It should look similar to the relay in the picture, but different years had different relays, so it might not be exactly the same. Look for a blue wire with a red stripe, that’s the wire that goes to the fuel pump. Start the car and let it idle. While the car is idling, unplug the relay. This will kill the engine, as it’s no longer being fed the fuel it needs. Turn the car off once the engine has stopped. The gas cap also needs to be removed, to ensure that pressure doesn’t build up in the tank. Don’t reinstall it until the fuel rail is in.
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Fass Fuel Systems Installation Manual

April 19th, 2009 · No Comments

The installation of the FASS FUEL SYSTEM can be relatively simple when the following steps are followed.
1. Inventory the package components completely. Notify place of purchase immediately of any parts missing or damaged.
2. We have invested many hours into the development of the installation and owner’s manual’s to simplify the installation and operation of the FASS Fuel System. Please read the owner’s manual and the installation manual completely before attempting installation. Understand how the system operates and installation recommendations before beginning installation. Most of the questions that you will have will be answered in one of these manuals. If you have a question please review the installation or owner’s manual.
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E-3 Fuel Saver 7000 Installation Instructions

April 15th, 2009 · No Comments

Step 1- Determine the Correct Fuel Line Adapter
This section aids in determining the best fuel line adapter in your kit to use to maintain fuel supply for the E3 Fuel Saver 7000.
IMPORTANT
If you have Electronic Fuel Injection (EFI) system with a high pressure fuel line with a “Schrader valve fuel stem” proceed to the section entitled “INSTALLING THE SCHRADER VALVE CONNECTORS” shown on the next page. If you have a Schrader Valve Stem, you will need the correct Schrader adapter (either FORD or UNIVERSAL Schrader adapter). These adapters are included in your kit. If your engine is NOT EQUIPPED with a high pressure fuel rail Schrader valve stem, then proceed to the section “INSTALLING THE GASOLINE SUPPLY MODULE.”
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Ford Focus PRO-FIT Linear Fuel Doors – Installation Instructions

March 20th, 2009 · No Comments

Do not perform this install near a flame source due to the risk of fire or explosion from gas fumes. Use a jack to lift rear of vehicle. Remove the passenger side rear tire. Remove the wheel well cover to expose the fuel filler neck behind the quarterpanel.
Note: For manual locking or manual non-locking fuel doors, do steps 1-4 only. For electric locking fuel doors, do all steps.
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MCS 245 MotorVac CarbonClean Fuel System Cleaner Operator Manual

October 15th, 2008 · No Comments

The MotorVac CarbonClean System is a self-contained cleaning system, designed to connect to any gasoline engine. Once the unit is connected, it temporarily replaces the regular fuel supply with a mixture of gasoline and the specially formulated MotorVac CarbonClean Detergent and Top Engine Cleaner.
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