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Old 09-08-2010, 07:22 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Just changed out my external fuel pump

I have a 1984 325e. Now my car won't turn over. Whats the chance I flooded the engine? She turned
over before i changed out my fuel pump, have I forgot something? Oh and on a side note, I am looking for a black glove box
and the drivers side panel that hides the electrical below the steering wheel so if anyone has a parts car and wants to make some money let me know

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Old 09-09-2010, 12:05 AM   #2 (permalink)
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The fuel pump per se will not flood the engine, most of the fuel just recirculates all the time. If the engine doesn't turn, start by the obvious, the battery and work your way to the starter.Now, if it turns, and does not start, that is a whole different issue, but you say it does not turn.
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The fuel pump per se will not flood the engine, most of the fuel just recirculates all the time. If the engine doesn't turn, start by the obvious, the battery and work your way to the starter.Now, if it turns, and does not start, that is a whole different issue, but you say it does not turn.
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