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Re: What is causing fuel pumps to sieze up when shut down?
Posted to Technical Theory Forum on 2/19/2020 2 Replies

A fuel pump is an electric motor, just like a starter motor only smaller. Winding failure, worn brushes, dirty commutator segments, seized bearings are all examples of why it would fail. It takes a lot less current to keep a motor spinning than it does to get ... Login to read more.

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