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3406a cat fuel pump? it's been doing this for a week now and i don't have a mechanic. i was thinking of replacing it because i was going to replace the entire cat. can anyone help? the cat is in the cat manifold. the fuel pressure is at 28psi and it was at 28 before it started leaking. the gas is regular 95 octane.

thanks.

daveh

08-30-2011 11:49 AM

Re: 2006 Toyota Corolla Fuel Pump Replacements

Sounds like your fuel pump fled?

A pump can fl for many reasons. Fuel pressure, r intake pressure, electrical, fuel pressure drop. These are things you'll want to check.

You could also get a new cat with the fuel pressure regulator for cheap. Or if you can find one you like, you can put it in.

If this is the original pump, the easiest and least expensive fix is to replace the pump. You'll need a new pump, fuel filter, gasket and all that.

Otherwise if you want to keep the old pump, you'll have to replace the pressure regulator. It might be an easy fix if it is already fling. If it isn't, you'll have to look for a replacement regulator.

Theres a place you can buy a replacement regulator from a dealer or a parts supplier.

I've used these parts. They fit in well, are strong, easy to install and are the best I've used.

Cheers

cobalt327

08-30-2011 05:33 PM

Re: 2006 Toyota Corolla Fuel Pump Replacements

Quote:

Originally Posted by jdm

(Post 1090309)

Thanks for the replies guys.

my fuel pump seems to be leaking a little bit. it is leaking all over the cat manifold. it's a new pump and it's leaking about 1/4 to 1/2 of the way up the cat manifold. i did get it fixed but i don't know what the problem was.

i'm going to change the fuel pump out. i just didn't know if it was going to cause more problems.

my car runs great now but the fuel pressure is at 28 psi. i was worried the cat would be the problem. my fuel pump is a takata t-3713-a. is that bad?

daveh

08-31-2011 12:18 AM

Re: 2006 Toyota Corolla Fuel Pump Replacements

That pump is a good one. I have one on my car. I use it for towing with my boat.

You'll want to look for a replacement one on Google for a T-3713-A.

The T-3713-A will work fine. It might be too small for your needs though.

If you need a bigger one, you can look at an F-3713-A which might work, or you could look at a T-3713-A which is a slightly larger one.

If you are going to change it out anyways, you might as well get the bigger one. I would get the T-3713-A.

You should be fine with the stock fuel pump.

Thanks.

cobalt327

08-31-2011 01:33 AM

Re: 2006 Toyota Corolla Fuel Pump Replacements

Quote:

Originally Posted by jdm

(Post 1090815)

i'm going to change the fuel pump out. i just didn't know if it was going to cause more problems.

you didn't answer my question about the t-3713-a. are there any problems with that?

daveh

09-01-2011 01:18 PM

Re: 2006 Toyota Corolla Fuel Pump Replacements

If it were me I'd go with a larger pump. It'll give you more fuel volume so it'll be easier to get the car up to a pressure where it wants to run.

The problem is that the stock pump is the right size for you. If you had a bigger car you could swap the stock one in.

There is a problem with the T-3713-A. There is a chance that you'll run into a condition where the fuel pump will suck in enough r to cause your car to not start. There's a chance that the pressure will build up to where the car won't start.

If you do change the pump I would buy a T-3713-A pump. It's smaller and I think will be easier to use.

You're right, I didn't answer your question about the T-3713-A pump.

You could always look up the T-3713-A on Google.

cobalt327

09-01-2011 04:41 PM

Re: 2006 Toyota Corolla Fuel Pump Replacements

ok, i went with a bigger pump. i'm looking for a T-3713-A. the problem with the takata one is that it has this problem of sucking r into the fuel system. is that a problem with the new one? it seems like everything else works great. but i just wanted to be sure.

you sd i should replace the regulator too, but i don't want to do that if there is a chance i'm going to have problems agn. i don't know what you mean about a new regulator. do you mean just buying a new regulator?

cobalt327

09-02-2011 02:09 PM

Re: 2006 Toyota Corolla Fuel Pump Replacements

ok, thanks for all your help.

the t-3713-a is only 7 pounds. i like that. it seems like a decent size pump. i just don't know if it'll work out with my stock tank and hoses. i'm worried that it'll have the same problem as my old one.

i'm going to get the regulator and see what


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