[B]HELP I THINK I HAVE A PROBLEM WITH MY FUEL PUMP![/B]

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  1. CHUUBZ

    CHUUBZ C L U B O U T R U N

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    I have a problem with my Z today, i dont know what happened i didnt run anything over or anything but i have a wierd noise coming from the bottom of my car but you can also really notice it on the inside of the car aswell!!

    I think its my Fuel pump cause when you start up the car it makes the noise abd goes away after about 30sec (my mate says its a auto choke) and then every time you sqeeze the accelerator weathers its hard or REALLY soft it maks the noise..

    The noise is like a electric noise, kinda when you hear a remote control car. (buy the way i have 3/4 of a tank of petrol) so yerr....

    Any help would be REALLY REALLY REALLY appriciated
     
  2. Rathius

    Rathius New Member

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    my fuel pump was doing that just before the FPCU burned out.
     
  3. PLAYRZ

    PLAYRZ New Member

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    My car is currently making the same noise. What is FPCU?
     
  4. WYKKED

    WYKKED <b><font color=red>2 Much Trouble</font></b>

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    PLAYRZ New Member

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    Can only seem to find the link to fuel pump replacement

    No luck finding an article on testing the FPCU. HELP!
     
  6. WYKKED

    WYKKED <b><font color=red>2 Much Trouble</font></b>

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    That tech article has a link....>>

    To Z32.com, but it looks like their TECH section no longer has the article you want. You can either drop ZeeMan a mail asking him if he can point you in the right direction or do a bit of research on twinturbo.net and google.
     

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