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Federal-Mogul Document #1620 Guide to Proper Fuel Pump Installation Diagnostics • Facts About Electric Fuel Pumps and Strainers • Facts About Rust and Dirt Contamination • Voltage Drop Test • Fuel Tank Cleaning Procedures • Fuel Line Flushing #1620 Federal-Mogul Document #1620 Correctly Diagnosing a Low Pressure, Low Volume or No-Fuel Problem A lack of fuel to the engine may signal a failed fuel pump. But don’t immediately assume that the pump is the problem. Other issues may be causing the no-fuel situation. The two leading causes of electric fuel pump failure are: 1. Fuel contamination and 2. Low/no voltage to the pump due to overheated connectors, loose connections, poor grounds and other electrical problems. Fuel system diagnosis and pump replacement and system repair will require special tools and can be a dangerous service to perform if not properly equipped. If you do not have the proper tools, fuel pump replacement is a service best performed by a professional. Review these easy-to-diagnose issues before you install a new pump. Is there fuel in the tank? Faulty fuel gauges or low levels of fuel may lead you to think that the pump is faulty when all you need is to add some gasoline to allow the pump to charge the fuel line. Put in two gallons of fuel and test it again.
Typical In-Tank Electric Fuel Pump Installation Instructions D. FUEL PUMP INSTALLATION CAUTION: Gasoline is involved, so work in a well ventilated area away from sparks and open flames. To reduce the risk of fire and personal injury, relieve the fuel system pressure before servicing fuel system components. A. FUEL SYSTEM PRESSURE RELIEF 1. Remove the “fuel pump” fuse from the fuse block. 2. Crank engine — engine will start and run until fuel pressure in tubes is reduced. Engage starter for another 3 seconds to assure relief of any remaining pressure. 3. With ignition “OFF” replace fuel pump fuse. Unless this procedure is followed, fuel spray could occur when fuel lines are disconnected. B. FUEL PUMP AND SENDER ASSEMBLY REMOVAL 1. Remove the negative cable from the battery. Have a Class B fire extinguisher near the work area. 2. Drain fuel tank. 3. Disconnect electrical connectors and fuel hoses from sender assembly. 4. Remove fuel level sender retaining cam ring. 5. Remove fuel level sender assembly from tank. 6. Have the tank professionally cleaned. Dirt, rust and scale, if not removed, will destroy the pump. AVOID BENDING THE PUMP MOUNTING BRACKET AND THE FLOAT ARM WHEN HANDLING THE FUEL LEVEL SENDER.
Your fuel pump is designed, tested, and approved for use with gasoline blends, diesel fuel blends and kerosene. Please take all due precautions when handling these flammable liquids. Your safety is important to us. Also, to assure the longest possible service life, it is important that you follow the operation and maintenance procedures outlined in this manual. We are proud to provide you with a quality product and dedicated support. Together with your conscientious use, we are sure that you will obtain years of safe, dependable service. Rev. B 921487-09 1 GENERAL INFORMATION This manual will assist you in operating and maintaining your fuel pump. It furnishes information which will help you achieve years of dependable performance and trouble-free operation. Please take a few moments to read through this manual before installing and operating your pump. If you have problems with the pump, refer to the Maintenance and Troubleshooting Sections. If you need assistance, contact the dealer from whom you received your pump. If you need further assistance, please call the factory.
To the owner... Congratulations on receiving your GPI fuel pump. We are pleased to provide you with a system designed to give you maximum reliability and efficiency. Your fuel pump is designed, tested, and approved for use with gasoline, kerosene, and diesel fuel. Please take all due precautions when handling these flammable liquids. Your safety is important to us. Also, to assure the longest possible service life, it is important that you follow the operation and maintenance procedures outlined in this manual. We are proud to provide you with a quality product and dedicated support. Together with your conscientious use, we are sure that you will obtain years of safe, dependable service. President Great Plains Industries, Inc. Rev. A
Residential & Small Business Generators CONTROL YOUR POWER. CONTROL YOUR LIFE. Imagine your life without power? • efrigeration/freezer for food and medicines R • Furnace • Air conditioning • Lighting – inside and outside • Clean water for drinking and bathing • Sump pump • Kitchen appliances • ontact with the outside world; Internet, cell C phone chargers, TV, radio and more • Washing and drying clothes • Security system • Garage door opener • Fans • Medical equipment • harging power tools for use during the C emergency and post-outage cleanup • onetary loss from temporary relocation, M hotel costs, dining out, property damage, etc. Source: Generac Power Outage Explorer 2012 10% - SNOW / ICE STORMS 7% - HURRICANE 7% - EQUIPMENT FAILURES 5% - OTHER 5% - UNKNOWN 4% - HIGH WINDS since 1990 demand for electricity has increased 400% 62% STRONG STORMS
ELECTROLYTIC CHLORINE GENERATOR BASIC POOL MAINTENANCE REQUIREMENTS ADJUSTMENT REQUIRED 1.0 - 3.0 ppm Turn output dial up to increase, down to decrease -OR- increase or decrease pump filtration time. pH 7.2 - 7.6 Alkalinity MONTHLY IDEAL RANGE Free Chlorine WEEKLY TEST 80 - 120 ppm Salt Too high - add muriatic acid Too low - add soda ash. Add baking soda to increase. Add acid as required to decrease. 2700 - 3400 ppm Add salt as required to increase. QUARTERLY Stabilizer 60 - 80 ppm Add cyanuric acid to increase. Calcium 200 - 400 ppm Add calcium to increase. Drain and add water to decrease. Electrolytic Cell inspect & clean Electronic Chlorine Generator Refer to section in manual. Questions? Refer to www.goldlinecontrols.com for latest manual revisions, additional information and helpful service. Or, you may visit your local Authorized Aqua Rite Dealer or call 888-921POOL (7665) for assistance. G LDLINE G C ON TROLS N. Kingstown, RI 02852 USA Installation and Operation Manual for Aqua Rite (standard) and Aqua Rite XL (inc. installation kit) 092009K Copyright © 2008 Goldine Controls LDLINE C ON TROLS www.goldlinecontrols.com 888-921-POOL IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS When using this electrical equipment, basic safety precautions should always be followed, including the following: • READ AND FOLLOW ALL INSTRUCTIONS • Use Copper Conductors Only • Disconnect all AC power during installation. • Warning - To reduce the risk of injury, do not permit children to use this product unless they are closely supervised at all times.
How to use this Manual With the engine and gearbox assembly removed, the crankshaft pulley end of the engine is referred to as the front. References to RH and LH banks of cylinders is taken viewing from the flywheel end of the engine. To assist in the use of this Manual the section title is given at the top and the relevant sub-section is given at the bottom of each page. This manual contains procedures for overhaul of the V8 engine on the bench with the gearbox, clutch, inlet manifold, exhaust manifolds, coolant pump, starter motor, alternator, and all other ancillary equipment removed. For information regarding General Information, Adjustments, removal of oil seals, engine units and ancillary equipment, consult the Repair Manual. Operations covered in this Manual do not include reference to testing the vehicle after repair. It is essential that work is inspected and tested after completion and if necessary a road test of the vehicle is carried out particularly where safety related items are concerned.
1200 New Jersey Avenue SE Washington, DC 20590 March 14, 2014 Mr. Jay Joseph Senior Mgr, Product Regulatory Office Honda (American Honda Motor Co.) 1919 Torrance Blvd. Torrence, CA 90501 NVS-215KS 14V-112 Subject: Fuel Pump Cover may Crack and Leak Fuel Dear Mr. Joseph: This letter serves to acknowledge Honda (American Honda Motor Co.)'s notification to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) of a safety recall which will be conducted pursuant to Federal law for the product(s) listed below. Please review the following information to ensure that it conforms to your records as this information is being made available to the public. If the information does not agree with your records, please contact us immediately to discuss your concerns. Makes/Models/Model Years: HONDA/ODYSSEY/2005-2010 Mfr's Report Date:
By Recall Management Division at 5:59 am, Mar 14, 2014 H:ON"D A. American Honda Motor Co., Inc. 1919 Torrance Boulevard Torrance, CA 9050 1-2746 Phone (310) 783-2000 March 13, 2014 Ms. Nancy Lewis Associate Administrator for Enforcement NATIONAL HIGHWAY TRAFFIC SAFETY ADMINISTRATION Attn: Recall Management Division (NVS-215) 1200 New Jersey Avenue, SE Washington, DC 20590 Re: Recall Notification 2005-2010 Model Year Honda Odyssey Fuel Pump leak Dear Ms. Lewis: On March 6, 2014 Honda Motor Co., Ltd. (HMC) determined that a potential defect relating to motor vehicle safety exists in the fuel pump of certain 2005-2010 model year Honda Odyssey automobiles, and is providing notification to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration in accordance with 49 CFR Part 573 Defect and Noncompliance Reports. 573.6(c)(1) Name of manufacturer: Manufacturer's agent: Honda Manufacturing of Alabama (HMA) Jay Joseph American Honda Motor Co., Inc. (AHM) 1919 Torrance Blvd. Torrance, CA 90501-2746 573.6(c)(2) Identification of potentially affected vehicles See attached VIN list. Description of the basis for the determination of the recall population: The recall population was determined based on manufacturing records. The VIN range reflects all possible vehicles that could potentially experience the problem.
ContiTech: Installation tips – changing timing belts Described using the Renault Clio II 1.6 16V engine code K4M 748 as an example Hanover, April 2010. Renault installs a large number of the Clio II 1.6 16V engine, with differing engine displacement, in their vehicles. When the timing belts are changed, critical mistakes are made again and again that have a negative effect on the belt drive. To ensure that changing the belts goes smoothly, ContiTech Power Transmission Group is providing mechanics with a detailed list of installation tips. Step by step, ContiTech experts explain how to replace belts correctly. When the timing belts are changed, the tension pulley, the guide pulley and the water pump should be replaced, too. Renault recommends a belt change every 100,000 km for all models up to 1999, and every 120,000 km for all later models, or for low mileages. In order to do this, mechanics require a crankshaft locking pin, Renault tool code MOT1489, and a camshaft alignment ruler, Renault tool code MOT1496. The working time is for the Clio about 2.7, for the Mégane 3.6, for the Mégane Scénic 3.9 and for the Laguna 2.5 hours. Preparatory work: Identify the vehicle using the engine code on the engine block (Fig. 1). Disconnect the vehicle's battery.