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Top Signs of Fuel Pump Failure

One major component in your vehicle that is often overlooked is the fuel pump. This fuel system plays a pivotal role in your vehicle’s performance and can cause major issues if it stops working. If your engine doesn’t get the right amount of clean fuel, your car can suffer. 

As you can probably guess, the fuel pump is responsible for bringing fuel from the tank to the engine. Fuel needs to flow in the engine at the right pressure and timing. To ensure your fuel delivery is satisfactory, you should service your fuel system regularly. Moreover, you should avoid driving with too low of a gas tank. Running your fuel tank dry can cause excess wear and tear on the fuel pump. 

Top Warning Signs of a Faulty Fuel Pump

  • Starting or Stalling - First off, your car may stall or have trouble starting altogether with a troubled fuel pump. 
  • Buzzing or Humming - Another symptom that customers will say is that they hear a humming sound coming from the tank or pump area. 
  • Loss in Engine Power - If your engine is not putting out enough power, it is best if you have a professional tech check out your fuel system. 

If you notice any of the symptoms above, please take your car to our auto repair shop for diagnostics. The team at Hometown Tire and Auto is equipped to handle all your fuel system needs. We can inspect your fuel pump, fuel injectors, fuel filter, and more. 

We offer the best maintenance and repairs in the area, and we look forward to seeing you! If you suspect a fuel pump problem, please call or schedule an appointment with our team online today.

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