When a vehicle won’t start, it is usually one of three problems: fuel delivery, spark ignition, or air flow. A combustion engine needs these three things to operate (fuel, fire, air). When fuel is the issue, the problem may trace to the fuel pump. At that point, obviously, the fuel pump has to be replaced. That’s what we’ll discuss here.
Modern vehicles will usually have the fuel pump located inside their fuel tank. This makes removal problematic. Specifics of the procedure will vary by vehicle, but in the main, the operation is the same.