The fuel pump is the component that pumps fuel from your fuel tank to the fuel injectors, which then spray fuel into the engine. The fuel pump is an electrical component and is prone to failure, but how do you know your fuel pump might be having issues?
Warranty, Maintenance, Service & Repair
We strive to earn the trust of our valued customers and win their business for life. At Alpharetta Motor Sports we do not cut corners, and as a Bosch certified repair center, we have achieved a standard that most local shops cannot match. We also offer 120 days same a cash through Bosch financing as well a warranty on our vehicle services. When dropping off your vehicle for maintenance, we understand and appreciate that your time is valuable. Our expert staff will be more than happy to arrange shuttle transportation or Uber service, so you are able to carry on with your day. We also offer free wireless connectivity should you wish to wait.
Furthermore, we have 35 years of experience in auto repair and maintenance and are so sure of our service that we offer a limited 3 year / 36,000-mile warranty on all our work.
What to Look For
There are many symptoms that might occur from a faulty fuel pump, such as:
The engine won’t start – without gasoline, the engine cannot start
Weaker engine – if less fuel is reaching the engine, then this could affect the engine’s power
An engine misfire – this usually causes the Check Engine light to come on, but an engine misfire occurs when there is too much air and not enough fuel.
If you are experiencing any of the above symptoms, then you should schedule an appointment with Alpharetta Motor Sports. Let our ASE certified service mechanics inspect, diagnose and repair any fuel pump issues you may be having.