Just bought my second Holden (first VP Calais now Holden VT Executive).
I'm trying to replace my fuel pump, now, i've managed to get the fuel tank down and get the fuel pump container out, however i don't know how to get the fuel pump itself out of the container it sits in.
Just a few tips on how to detach the fuel pump from the cables and containers would be MUCH appreciated, i've given up for the night, pretty damn tired, but i'll have a go at finishing it off tomorrow night.
Cheers in advance for your help.
This should help. May I suggest you buy a manual, they are very helpful and relatively cheap.
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I thought I was wrong once, but I was mistaken.
I finally managed to get it all installed and reconnected and the tank reattached, car's starting but there's white smoke pouring out now...any ideas?
Thanks for the help
Just condensation, i suck, my bad.
haha hope you didnt replace it with a full tank like I did!
is it the same procedure for the vx?
hey guys my vt recently stalled when i was driving and now wont start ,the guage ####ed up and said 60kms till empty but tank was empty already ,put fuel in it now it will run but reali ruff and i can drive it but cnt put my foot on the accelerater too much or it stalls.any help on what it could be???.....maybz fuel pump shagged itself when fuel tank was empty and pick up stuff frm inside tank??
Fuel pumps can die pretty fast when there is no fuel going through it. I think it uses the fuel to cool down the pump, or something.
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yerrr and i think i got air in the line wich probs wud of stuffed it anyway!!! what wud be a good reliable fuel pump?...and costings?
Usually the pump is always in a bubble of fuel. Yes. They usually do fail quiet quickly to, so ive been told.