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June 27, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Federal-Mogul Corporation (NASDAQ: FDML) has developed an electrical brushless diesel fuel pump for on- and off-highway engines with significantly improved durability to help keep heavy-duty vehicles working longer.
The Obama administration has set a goal helping to finance the installation of 10,000 flexible fuel pumps across the country over the next five years as a way to boost the amount of ethanol going into the nation's transport fuel supply.
Japanese automaker Mazda Motor said Thursday it would recall more than 72,000 cars at home and overseas due to a fuel pump defect that may cause their engines to stall, Mazda will recall a total of 28,238 units of its Premacy and Biante models produced between June last year and April this year, a company spokesman said.
By Phil Arendt
Motor News Media Corporation
This is a job for professional mechanics
Q: My 1981 Toyota 22R needed a new fuel pump and gas lines.
The report also said the HP fuel pumps from both engines of the Boeing 777 had "unusual and fresh cavitation damage to the outlet ports consistent with operation at low inlet pressure".
UK Air Accidents Investigation Branch released a Special Bulletin indicating that its investigation into last month's accident involving a British Airways 777-200 at London Heathrow is centered on the fuel pumps and not the engines.
Investigators found evidence of fuel pump damage that could have been caused by oxygen being mixed with the fuel, or of fuel being fed into the tanks at a dangerously low pressure.
group, said Tuesday it will build a new plant to make fuel pump modules and their parts on the premises of its subsidiary's existing factory in Kentucky.