Hasn't a new pump always solved the problem for most everyone? Only reason I say that is because it would be the third Sentra I've had. It is recommended that pumps be inspected at the 150-hour inspection and rebuilt or replaced at the 300-hour overhaul at least every two years. Can you take a picture of it and show it to the rest of the forum members please? I'm not making any money on it, I don't even know why I'm posting this lol, but if you need one let me know. Here's what I've always done: Get in car and turn the key on don't turn the engine over. They get in and start cranking. But, do the new oem pumps have the same issue that need to be corrected with the rebuild kit? Can anyone warn me of any specific pitfalls or things I need to watch out for??? In just the time it takes to put my seatbelt on the pump has got the line back to full pressure and I never have any problem with hard starts.
Hasn't a new pump always solved the problem for most everyone? Is there an underlying problem with the fuel pump in this car? LittleRedMachine wrote:I know, I know, I know. Nov 09, 2010 Nissan has a lot of problems with their fuel pumps. Here's what I've always done: Get in car and turn the key on don't turn the engine over. Now one year later am having once again the same problem and am looking at yet another fuel pump replacement. The engine would roll but not turn over.
Have parts delivered straight to your home, or find the nearest Advance Auto Parts store to check out our Fuel Pump stock in-person! It seems like Nissan cheaped out and didn't install a check valve to keep the line pressurized. You can have the pump replaced or they can install a repair kit and that will fix your problem. That's what I do too, it's funny how many people come in and just have to have this kit put in, although I do see where it could be kinda scary to someone who doesn't understand how the system works. I have done some research and have learned it is not an unusual problem, but one that I feel the manufacturer should take responsibility for. You can have the pump replaced or they can install a repair kit for the fuel pump and this will take care of your problem. Friends would really be concerned over my mental health and overall well-being. In some cases is takes as long as 3-4 minutes to start.
These pumps offer near silent operation and improved drivability, the core components of this turbine design significantly reduce wear and deliver a longer service life. No matter the situation, Advance Auto Parts has the Fuel Pump product you desperately need. The contact stated that the failure persisted. A line longer than 19 inches will likely dampen the pulse to a point where pump efficiency can be greatly reduced, so the pulse line must be rigid enough not to allow the pulse to be dampened by a tube wall. I need to glace at my gauge and see how long it actually takes to fully pressurize the line.
I believe that with the pumps that have the problem is because they are not holding the fuel pressure when you turn the car off so when you start it up the next time, it has to build up enough fuel pressure to start because it is not doing it when it primes. Also check the fuel hoses, gaskets, and diagrams for punctures and cuts. Thanks I was also confident the fuel pump repair kit would solve the slow crank time. The vehicle was repaired with the fuel pump repair kit under the extended service warranty. Plus, application-specific, illustrated step-by-step instructions are included with all Bosch Turbine Fuel Pumps for safe and easy installation.
The problem isn't the pump, it's the regulator integrated into the housing. Proper care can go a long way to keeping your fuel pump assembly running strong and reliable. Bosch Turbine Fuel Pumps are nearly identical in dimension and appearance to the units they replace for a precise fit every time. Unfortunately, Nissan has not had enough problems or complaints about this to issue a recall and therefore it is typically not covered under any type of warranty. Or you may just be struggling to keep it highway-approved. RedDragonV09 wrote: willms81 wrote:My Spec just recently started this issue, I was thinking the fuel pump was starting to go out, looks like I will be replacing it now anyway. The driver smelled gasoline inside the passenger compartment.
Start Car no hard start. Bosch state-of-the-art turbine fuel pumps offer many advantages when compared to older roller-cell and inner-gear pump designs. Start Car no hard start. Hasn't a new pump always solved the problem for most everyone? When the contact started the ignition, the engine failed to start. The regulator is part of the pump assy.
On top of low prices, Advance Auto Parts offers 5 different trusted brands of Fuel Pump products for the 2006 Nissan Sentra. If you have it replaced, it will fix the problem, they actually have a kit for most models they use to repair the problem. The failure mileage was 27,207 and current mileage was 53,058. That or they fail at a turrible rate. I need to glace at my gauge and see how long it actually takes to fully pressurize the line.
It is now 2013 and in the intervening 6 years, I have had a repair kit for the fuel pump installed, a year and a half later had the same problem and had a refurbished fuel pump installed, two years later had the same problem now out of warranty and had a brand new fuel pump installed. The contact would have to continuously attempt to turn the ignition over before the vehicle would start. The repair kit comes with the regulator. Here's what I've always done: Get in car and turn the key on don't turn the engine over. The contact has had the fuel pump repair kit replaced on the vehicle three times. It sounds like you may have a bad linkage or the knob is off. We have 4 reviews on our Fuel Pump products for the 2006 Nissan Sentra from previous customers.