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So you are redoing your car to make it a little faster, and you think you've thought of everything. New heads, new tires, new suspension, maybe even a tougher transmission. Everything is good to go, right? Maybe not. There is one item that you may have overlooked when you were making improvements. Replacing your fuel pump can provide a couple of benefits that you may not have thought of when you were planning your overhaul. [VIEWMORE}
One of the most complex components of a vehicle is the fuel system. Symptoms of a problem with the fuel system are nearly countless. From a non-start or poor idling to soft acceleration and lurching, it is very difficult to know exactly what the problem is with the fuel delivery system without getting under the hood.
During service/removal of fuel system parts on the above vehicles, the memory of the malfunctions and the long-term fuel trim need to be cleared by either removing the fuse for the PCM or disconnecting the negative battery cable for at least 60 seconds. If not, the old memory remains, which affects driveability and the diagnostic system.
Aftermarket Sales Increase: The Effect of a Stagnant Auto Industry?
Automotive News reported in 2014 that the average age of the vehicles on American roads is almost 11 years (1). As such, the aftermarket industry is thriving. According to AN, the average vehicle age should continue to increase, meaning reliable, high performance aftermarket parts are at a premium.
Automotive technology is changing almost as rapidly as cell phone and computer technology. Fortunately, manufacturers usually only introduce new models once every year. Service technicians and mechanics do need to keep up with technology changes in order to stay on top of their careers.