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Do Not Run Car Until Empty!!!

December 14, 2007 about Acura CL

sediment from the fuel pump sits as the bottom of the tank. pumping that through injectors and then your motor- NOT A GOOD THING!!!

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March 16, 2008 by JD

Good call.

June 3, 2008 by taco

BS... fuel is taken from the bottom of the tank to begin with, and is passed through a filter before it gets to your injectors/engine/etc. This is an old rumor that doesn't hold up.

June 5, 2008 by Jon

Taco is correct. This is BS. all fuel is filtered and all fuel comes from the bottom of the tank. Think of this like a straw pulling liquid from the bottom of a glass.

March 29, 2014 by Hazamie

On the inoperative iectjnor, with Key On Engine Off disconnect and check for power at one side of the iectjnor (any side). One side has? to have steady power. If it's a Dodge that it's different then post back. The other side has to pulse a ground when engine cranked. You may use a NOID light to check for pulsation. Post back after you check these points. Good luck

June 6, 2018 by Scout

These pieces really set a standard in the inutsdry.

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