1995 Dodge Neon Sport
1995 Dodge Neon Sport
And Alot More To Come
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1 gen neon dyno run on pump (37psi)
This is my new setup- srt4 swap.
SRT short block .020 over with stock crank, DCR strap kit, DCR oil pump and
windage tray, srt head (in house ported) with 1mm oversized intake valves
and 2mm ex. custom head gasket(in house disign),
custom intake(thank you Piter!), 1000cc MSD injectors(runing at 100% of
2L cams, Precision 6765 turbo @37 psi
with T3 flange, 4"down pipe with 3" full Exhaust, 3speed neon auto trani with manual
valve body, LSD (Pelikan).
All that run by 'SDS' standalone (Simple Digital Systems - located in
altitude 3500, pump gas 94.
The run was done on Dynojet @Davenport Motospotts in
moore fuel coming soon!
seqencial two sets of inj. 1000cc...
Fuel Pump Replacement Chevy Pickup 95-2001
This video was created to show my sons how to change a fuel pump in my 97
chevy pickup. I have become ill and may not be able to show them again or
be here to answer questions about common projects that I rely on my father
for even still today. I plan on making several of these to give a permanent
record of things they may need to know that under better circumstances I
would be here to help them through. While I am able I will make as many of
these in what I feel are important subjects. This is my way of extending my
life and being there for my sons long after I am gone. We decided to share
these videos with everyone. My youngest son who just turned 13 will be the
cameraman. My 19 and 17 year old sons will take part whenever possible. I
am very proud of my three boys and hope this endeavor will give them
lasting support while doing projects throughout their lives. Thank you for
watching I hope the information is helpful to you as well.
My 96 Dodge Neon Fuse problem update
My 96 Neon was blowing fuel pump fuses constantly. I determined that there
was a short in the wiring somewhere between the fuse block and the fuel
pump. Rather than try to isolate it i decided instead to just bypass the
short. So I rewired the hot wire on the car to the fuel pump. So far all is
well. The car now runs properly as far as the fuel pump fuse in concerned.
How To Diagnose A Fuel Pump Failure - EricTheCarGuy
I had the privilege of visiting Airtex, and while I was there I spoke with
Shane Neuman about diagnosing a faulty fuel pump. In this video we go over
the basic steps of diagnosing a faulty fuel pump. So if your vehicle isn't
starting and you suspect a fuel pump problem, here are some steps to follow
to confirm your suspicions. Another 'quick' test is to bang on the fuel
tank and then try and start the engine. Sometimes this works, just don't
bang too hard, you could damage something.
Airtex diagnosis webpage:
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Fuel Pressure Test
How to test a fuel pump, How to test your fuel pressure, how to test your
fuel pressure regulator, fuel pressure regulator test, Fuel pump test.
**This video will show you how to diagnose your fuel system. If your car is
idling or running weird (high idle, low idle, hard to accelerate,
studdering, hard to start) then this is one of the first tests you should
do. Diagnose high fuel pressure, low fuel pressure, a broken check valve in
the fuel pump, broken fuel pressure regulator, or leaking injectors.
Here is the fuel pressure tester I used:
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Aeromotive Phantom In-Tank Fuel Pump Installation
Installing an in-tank fuel pump in a classic muscle car with Aeromotive's
Phantom fuel pump is easy, simple, and smart. We show you how to install
the pump, and explain the features and benefits of an in-tank system versus
an external pump.
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How to Install Fuel Pump E2059MN in 1990-1996 F-150, F-250, F-350 and 1995-1996 Ford Explorer
96-95 FORD EXPLORER:
244 (4.0L), 302 (5.0L) For Single Tank Applications Only
97-89 FORD TRUCK:
177 (2.9L), 244 (4.0L), 300 (4.9L), 302 (5.0L), 351 (5.7L), 460 (7.5L)
1997 MERCURY MOUNTAINEER:
302 (5.0L) V8
This video is about how to install the fuel pump modular assembly E2059MN
in a 1995 Ford F-150. This same fuel pump module is also for 1990-1996
F-250 & F-350 trucks; E-150, E-250 & E-350 Econoline vans and 1995-1996
Ford Explorers. Airtex is committed to providing the most up-to-date,
in-depth fuel pump replacement information that professional technicians
need to diagnose, repair and install today's complex fuel delivery systems.
Airtex is the only U.S. automotive aftermarket manufacturer that designs
and builds electrical AND mechanical fuel delivery system components,
including modular reservoir assemblies, electric fuel pumps, mechanical
fuel pumps and in-tank sender and hanger assemblies, for a full range of
car, truck, fleet and specialty vehicles.