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Thread: Wow! What a difference!

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    Wow! What a difference!

    Just replaced the malfunctioning high pressure (secondary) fuel pump on my 2010 SRX. The first thing I noticed was how quiet it was running. The next thing was how easily it rolled. My gas mileage on the way home was amazing. Now I'm kicking myself that I didn't think anything was wrong a year ago.


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    Re: Wow! What a difference!

    Glad you found out the problem.

    You gotta look at it from this point of view... better late than never! It is running great now!

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    Re: Wow! What a difference!

    Thanks Marc. I thought I'd share this in case anyone else was having problems.

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    Re: Wow! What a difference!

    The high pressure pump is what makes the DI engines runwithout the 1800psi + they are a dog.

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    Re: Wow! What a difference!

    how would i know if there is a problem?

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    Re: Wow! What a difference!

    I would like to know too. What did you tell the dealer to get them to change it? Thanks!

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    Re: Wow! What a difference!

    Did you have the dealer read the code to pinpoint the problems? What were the problems?

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    I just saw these posts. My SRX wasn't starting without a lot of grinding. After it started once, no problem after that. Initially I blamed cold weather. The "check engine" light came on. We figured gas wasn't getting into the FIs.


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