Watch instructional, how-to videos, in which ASE Master Technician, offers on-demand educational assistance on fuel pump installations, diagnostic procedures, technical tips and more.
This video explains how voltage at the fuel pump has a direct effect on fuel pressure and fuel flow. A common misconception is that the fuel pump is like an "On/Off" switch. If you can hear it running, there must be power and all is fine. However, that is certainly not the case. See how even a two volt drop can have a drastically negative effect on your vehicle's fuel system pressure and flow, causing drivability issues.
This video shows you how to disconnect and reconnect different types of fuel line fittings: Push, push and lock, pinch, spring-style retainer, hose and clamp, horseshoe clip and what to do if the fuel line breaks in the fitting.
Several domestic car manufacturers have switched to pulse width modulated fuel delivery systems. Watch this video to learn about how these systems work and how to perform proper diagnoses on them.
Fuel contamination in the fuel delivery system is a leading cause of aftermarketfuel pump failures. Watch this video to learn how to properly clean the inside and outside of a vehicle’s fuel tank.
High voltage drop is a leading cause of low fuel pressure issues. Watch this video to learn how to test for fuel pump voltage drop and measure the electrical resistance on both the negative and positive circuits.
It is advisable to replace the fuel filter when you are installing a new fuel pump. This video shows you how to replace the fuel filter and specifically a typical Ford and Chevy fuel filter.