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salsomano1a 04-06-2013 10:00 PM

fuel problem
 
hi i have a 91 4.0 yj,with the following fuel problem, i replaced the fuel pump,fuel filter,fuel regulator,about 2 months ago, and now the gauge goes crazy all the way to the the full position, and then back to normal, and the jeep turns off,can any body help me with a solution? all help will be apreciated thanks.

bigsquat 04-06-2013 11:11 PM

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i would check the connection at the pump. i know when i changed mine the ground terminal on the new pump was rivited and was loose. im glad i put in an access hole to make it easier to check for problems. u can see i drilled out the rivet and put a bolt on the ground lug

Que89YJ 04-07-2013 06:55 AM

That look great Big Squat.

bigsquat 04-07-2013 11:07 AM

thanks, i cut the hole because i didnt want to drop the tank to change the fuel pump. it could be dangerous if there was a fuel leak when cutting the hole. the funny thing is i had to drop the tank anyway a while later because of a dented tank skid. that would be a better time to cut the hole

salsomano1a 04-07-2013 12:06 PM

that looks great, but ialready changed fuel pump,filter,sending unit,regulator and drain the tank completele and clean it, it run good for a while, now i drove it today and, it stays on the hole time, but the gauge goes all the way to full and it stays there,and when i turn off the jeep it goes to empty like it should,could it be that when i fill the tank last time, i fill it too much, could it had damaged something inside the pump or sending unit? thanks for all help.

Que89YJ 04-07-2013 12:28 PM

You have a bad connection on the sending unit connection at the top of the tank.

Que89YJ 04-08-2013 09:42 AM

It goes to full when the wire at the sending unit opens and doesnt make a good contact. Check the wire. You can use a short piece of wire and ground the wire for the fuel level at the connector for the tank. If it goes to empty then your problem is the connector on top.


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