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#1 (permalink) Old 01-19-2013, 03:25 PM
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Need help - Fuel pump problem - Seeking experties

Hi Sir's and Mesdames, I'm a newbie and seeking for any advice/feedback regarding my replaced Fuel Pump.

I have a RAV4-2005 and unable to start the engine i did the basic steps i l know (test relay, fuse, electricity etc.) to check the dilemma and later foud out that i had a bad fuel pump. And then I replaced the fuel pump and successfully get to start my engine but im worried because the fuel pump i replaced it with is a little bit longer (and technically i don't even know it's PSI or what ever i should know about RAV4's fuel pump) the difference from the OEM fuel pump is about 5mm-7mm longer than it use to be and i had to force the buttom cover (i dont know what is it called but from the way i see it over the net it is a SUPPORT FUEL SUCTION, not sure tough) i would like to know if it'll have any implication with the performance nor damage my engine?

Thank you very much in advance and my apologies for my bad english.

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To date i was able to replace the fuel pump with an OEM part to settle my worries once and for all, in addition i asked the store manager regarding the fuel pump i replaced with OEM as to them that fuel pump is for CAMRY 2.4.

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I doubt there was any problem now that we know it was for a Camry but it's worth the peace of mind to be sure with the correct pump.

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