Airtex Fuel TV

Visit Airtex Fuel TV for instructional, how-to videos, technical tips as well as special promotions and marketing videos including:

  • QR codes
  • Cleaning the fuel tank
  • Common diagnostic procedures
  • Common fuel delivery myths

Find even more beneficial videos at Airtex’s new website, fuelpumpu.com, the most comprehensive knowledge center for fuel delivery systems. Pump up your knowledge with all fuel pump SKUs (1800+), video links (8600+), VIO coverage of 242,000,000 and the most content in this category. These on-going interactive videos are just another tool in our commitment to unsurpassed quality, coverage and support.

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Airtex News & Events

03.13.2015
Worldwide Coverage at Your Fingertips

Not only does Airtex Fuel Delivery Systems provide unsurpassed coverage for over 242 million vehicles in operation around the world today, but we also provide so many ways to access that coverage. Whether you are on a laptop or on a desktop, whether you are in your car or on your tablet, you can easily find the correct Airtex fuel pump to fit your needs.

03.13.2015
Exceptional Quality For A Lifetime

For over 80 years, Airtex Fuel Delivery Systems has been designing and manufacturing fuel delivery system products with the precision, technical know-how, and expertise that meets or exceeds Original Equipment design specifications. Each pump is quality checked throughout the manufacturing process and is 100% end-of-line tested before it is packaged and shipped. This relentless focus on quality gives us the utmost confidence in our products allowing us to offer a lifetime-limited warranty available for all Airtex electric fuel pumps and electric fuel pump assemblies.

03.13.2015
We Are Happy To Announce That Kyle Obendorf Has Joined The Airtex ASC Team

Kyle Obendorf has joined the Airtex/ASC team as Marketing Director. In this role, his primary focus will be to plan, develop and implement all marketing strategies, customer programs, marketing communications and public relations activities, both external and internal.

02.13.2015
Airtex: More Than Just Replacement Fuel Pumps

Airtex is known for our high-quality fuel pumps. We have been in the fuel pump manufacturing business for more than 75 years. From our home in Fairfield, Illinois, we bring you the best in replacement fuel pumps and other parts for your fuel system. Whether you need a standard fuel pump to keep your daily driver on the road, or you are looking for something to increase your car's performance at the track, we have what you need. Airtex is more than just replacement parts for your car or light truck.

02.13.2015
Helping Industry Partners With Our Category Management

It’s well known that Airtex offers unmatched support to counterpersons and DIYers when it comes to technical information and resources to install fuel pumps as well as diagnose and trouble shoot issues. Airtex also offers unmatched support to our industry partners by leading the industry in category management. 

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03.18.2015
Modern-Day Fuel Gauges: A Primer

We all rely on a fuel gauge to avoid getting stranded without gas, but how does that fuel gauge work? And if it gets stuck on empty, full or somewhere in between, then what's the best way to troubleshoot it?

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03.03.2015
Mass Airflow Sensor: An Easy Fix for Big Problems from a Little Instrument

The mass airflow (MAF) sensor measures the volume of air entering the engine so the Engine Control Unit (ECU) can calculate how much gasoline the fuel injectors should deliver to each cylinder in order to create the proper fuel-air ratio.

02.28.2015
Solving Carbon Deposits In Direct Fuel Injection Engines

Symptom: Misfire codes, stumbling and suspicious fuel trim numbers. On a scan tool, the engine may show a loss in volumetric efficiency. The driver may complain about a loss of power, poor fuel economy and hard starts.

02.17.2015
The Most Common Causes of Auto Vacuum Leaks

Despite the fancy computer equipment and sensors running modern-day cars, one problem keeps cropping up through the ages: an auto vacuum leak. A computer is only as good as its program and its input, and if the data has a problem, then there's only so much a computer can do to fix it.

02.02.2015
Mass Airflow Sensor: A Little Instrument with Big Implications

If your “Check Engine” light is on, you could have a dirty or faulty mass airflow sensor (MAF). This key component of your fuel delivery system detects how much air is entering the engine and reports this data to the Engine Control Unit (ECU). This allows the ECU to determine how much gasoline the fuel injectors should deliver to each individual cylinder in order to create a fuel-air ratio that will promote optimal performance. If the MAF sensor isn't working properly, your engine could be starved or overflowing with fuel, causing a number of problems and resulting in poor engine performance.