The Madison auto repair pros at one of Madison Auto Care's seven NAPA service centers will get your car running again when something's not right.
You're not sure what it is, but you know something is wrong with your car. Just consider how it acted on your way home from fishing the other day. The acceleration was inconsistent. The car would speed up and slow down even without your changing the pressure on the accelerator. And recently, it's been starting then cutting off. And it seems to be drinking gas.
All of those can be traced to various problems but they all indicate something is wrong with your fuel pump.
"A fuel pump’s primary task is to deliver fuel from the storage tank to the engine, and works with multiple other auto parts to accomplish that duty. That can make it difficult to know whether or not it’s failing, unless you know the symptoms of a bad fuel pump," thedrive.com says. "Realizing the vehicle starts hard, struggles to maintain idle, or flexes less power is the first step in accepting there’s an issue and setting out to fix it. Because so many car parts are interconnected and interdependent, diagnosis is not always a simple exercise. It requires trial and error, and pinpointing the exact source often requires the process of elimination. "
The easiest way to discover if the problem is your fuel pump or some other component is to find a trusted Madison auto repair technician to take a look at your car. If you don't have a reliable Madison auto repair specialist, you can find one at one of Madison Auto Care's seven NAPA service centers - Clausen Auto, Handel Auto, Genin’s Auto, Capitol Tire, Odana Tire, Hansen’s Auto, or Aeschbach Auto.
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