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Key Findings 1 Total manufacturer-level revenue of the North American selected pumps aftermarket will increase from $ million in 2013 to approximately $ million in 2020, with rising sales of higher-priced fuel pump and electric power steering pumps driving this growth.
They trade out some fuses and determine that the fuel pump fuse is good.
Mike Disbrow, president of Hartzell Engine Technologies said, We designed, developed and certified our new 202F series fuel pumps to fill a need in the market.
If you're not using the auxiliary fuel pump on your 100-kW generator, make sure the auxiliary fuel switch on the electronic modular control panel is switched to OFF.
Haldex Concentric has developed a low-cost fuel pump and adaptor for Volvo Penta, allowing it to use a standard unit without changing the engine configuration.
A CAR dealer tried to charge pounds 830 for a new fuel pump even though the old one was not broken, a court heard yesterday.
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.