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Old 05-02-2011, 11:29 AM
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Fuel Pump

Just wanna say I love Honda for having the foresight to put an access plate in the trunk for the fuel pump. Sooo much better than dropping the tank. I changed the fuel pump out in a parking lot in less than an hour yesterday!
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Re: Fuel Pump

The Accords aren't as easy lol.
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Re: Fuel Pump

Nice!... i have an accord and it actually took about 20 - 30 minz to replace my fuel pump.. maybe cause my car is an 89 so its old, idk about new ones now
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Re: Fuel Pump

I just wish GM would of thought of that. Its lame that the best way to change the pump in my truck is to take the bed off...
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i changed the one on my civic in about 30mins thanks honda
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Re: Fuel Pump

Im not intending to put a bump on this. It is just a fact that i've already searched online but found nothing, so before I waste hours more searching thought I'd ask here first regarding the Bosch Fuel Pump. I owned a 1991 Accord. Swapped the original engine F22A4 for a JDM F20A. Running with the F22A4 fuel pump but has a slow mileage and guess this is such a bad thing on my vehicle.
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Im not intending to put a bump on this. It is just a fact that i've already searched online but found nothing, so before I waste hours more searching thought I'd ask here first regarding the Bosch Fuel Pump. I owned a 1991 Accord. Swapped the original engine F22A4 for a JDM F20A. Running with the F22A4 fuel pump but has a slow mileage and guess this is such a bad thing on my vehicle.

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Re: Fuel Pump

I just did my fuel pump and was very easy to replace.....
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