Ive been trying to start my BMW e36 1997 last few days - and no
success. Tried last night and the fuel consumption gauge would show far
right when I was trying to start (and chugging like it was trying to
catch), and today, it doesn't show any fuel consumption - and all I
hear is the car turning over and not even a close engine start. Does
that mean the fuel pump is fried? or maybe relay? help!
I believe there are 2 Fule Pumps in these. 1 at the area of the Fuel
Injection system and another one in the Gas Tank area. Hard to diagnose
over the Internet.
jim firstname.lastname@example.org says...
There is only 1 fuel pump on this car. The pump is located in the fuel
You would have to lift the rear seat and loosen the panel behind the
driver.Check the power supply on the purple/green wire. If the power
is ok,the pump is probably fried...
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