Invisible12345ful: My question here is: Are both fuel meters attached to the fuel pump? If not, how to access them? What could be wrong with one of the fuel meters?
I have a BMW E39 525TDS, which most likely has some fuel pump issues, but a very little push on gas pedal and double glowplug heating makes it jump right on, better than the BMW on the video, though I have had problems with my fuel gauge recently, and its probably not electronic problems. My fuel gauge sometimes shows faulty volume. Once I had my fuel raise by 15l, and on the next day it dropped 15l. Today after a little drifting suddenly I went from about 40l to 15l, and I am sure it isnt gone, because I checked if there was leakage, and there wasnt, and even logically, you cant spill out 25 liters in like 5 minutes. It doesnt show faulty fuel all the time, I can fill my tank up to max and bring it down to 15, seen the entire process.
Thank you if you have time to answer, thanks
MartinsArmAChannel: Hey so what was the problem, the car would crank but not start?
judas2610: Just what I needed. Thanks!
Bilderberg CEO: How easy it it for the rubber seal to fall in the tank? I ask because I'll be doing this job at night with a flashlight.
Rene Zich: does anybody know small black oring on the stick???
h22sparkle: Dont forget the rubber o-ring goes in first before the pump or you'll be fighting with it all day. As for the clip to take the harness off the pump itself just make sure you slide it back towards the passenger-side door.'
Larry T: A couple of words of caution here. Do not dry test a new fuel pump, the fuel is a lubricant in the design of many pumps so you may damage your new high dollar pump. Second, using a vacuum in and around any gas tank, whether you think it is sealed or not, just maybe blow up and send you and your car to laces you do not wish to visit.
Chris Math: Thank you for the video man. That gave me so much knowledge and helped me save a lot of money 👏🏾👏🏾👏🏾👏🏾👏🏾👏🏾👏🏾
William Humphries: wire may be for rear heated seat option
BOBBY: i replaced fuel pump on 1995 bmw 320i e36. fuel pump works fine but fuel gauge only gives me readings sometimes other times it is stuck on empty. before changing the pump gauge worked perfectly. need some help please. thank you
ldee247: Hi EdzGarage, could you please give reference with an image to what pins you you need to insert the voltmeter probes since it wasn't very clear on your video tutorial. Thanks
Captain Nehad: Dull tank
Captain Nehad: How to connect the feeder center fuel tank bmw e39 ,
Nisvaldo Espinosa: mi carro hace lo mismo cuando lo en siendo hace lo mismo que será
Equencawacha: What an unnecessarily complicated looking fuel pump.
trAWW45: same thing with my 318i it just cranks no sound from the fuel pump
Crystal Benson: Do you need to drain the tank? Someone commented you need to, but I didn't see this addressed in the video. Thank you for the video!
Shon C: any advice on the metal plate? i cant get it off
Bryan Ferreira: This was a great video, thanks for the easy walk through! Will do this tomorrow morning.
In Tank Electric Fuel Pump Diagnosis and Replacement BMW 3 Series e465
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