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11.14.2014

You can take a walk down memory lane if you scroll through the Vehicle search in our product catalog. Here you will see products that cover vehicles dating back over 70 years, like the 1942 Chevrolet Fleetline. That’s only a few years after 1935, the year Airtex Fuel Delivery Systems was founded, and even back then we were based on the same dedication to quality, coverage, and support that we strive for today.

11.14.2014

Ever wonder how the Airtex tech support professionals really know what you are talking about when you call in with a question? It’s their hands-on experience. They literally have their hands on over 1,700 fuel pumps in the tech support department. The area is equipped with every fuel pump that Airtex manufactures and when our guys need to see exactly what you are asking about, every model is at their fingertips.

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11.14.2014

Every great product deserves a great package. And here, at Airtex Fuel Delivery Systems, we believe packaging is every bit as important as the product itself.

Our protective packaging ensures the exceptional quality of the product remains constant from the time it is put through its rigorous testing and put in the box to the time it is pulled off the shelf and out of the box.

10.17.2014

Headquartered in Fairfield, Ill., Airtex Fuel Delivery Systems is the leading U.S. automotive aftermarket manufacturer of electrical and mechanical fuel delivery system components.

10.17.2014

One of every three pumps sold in the aftermarket is an Airtex Fuel Delivery Systems pump. Providing unsurpassed coverage for a full range of domestic and import vehicles means covering more than 241 million vehicles in operation today!

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10.30.2014

You have performed some basic engine tests. You proceed with fuel pressure and volume tests. And now you have started on the electrical tests, checking the battery for voltage drop on both the positive and negative circuits. But wait! You discover no voltage at the fuel pump side of the fuel pump connector. Now what?

10.21.2014

In today’s vehicles, the camshaft and crankshaft sensors perform the same function as the distributor in early model vehicles. It’s a collaborative effort used to determine the exact position of the number 1 cylinder in respect to top dead center on the compression stroke.

10.10.2014

The Powertrain Control Module (PCM), also referred to as the Electronic Control Unit (ECU), uses several sensors to create a fuel flow strategy. Its strategy always includes maintaining an average of 14.7:1 fuel ratio.

09.04.2014

When the time comes to replace or repair the fuel pump, the fuel gauge sending unit, or fuel lines, it may be necessary to lower the gas tank for accessibility.  It’s important to take precautions and find a friend or service partner to help with this project.  Gas tanks may be very heavy, even when drained.

09.04.2014

Did you know that nearly 75 percent of all aftermarket fuel pump returns are the result of vehicle misdiagnosis? Whenever the fuel delivery system acts up, our minds seem to jump to the worst-case scenario:  fuel pump replacement. In many cases, the fuel pump is falsely blamed and replaced -- an expensive treatment that fails to cure the actual cause of the problem. To avoid unnecessary trouble and expense, take the time to determine whether your fuel pump is truly dead before replacing it.