The fuel pump is one of the most important parts of your engine. You can avoid it failing entirely and act quickly to have it repaired or replaced by knowing the warning signs of its impending malfunction.

One of the primary signs that your fuel pump could be wearing out is if your engine sputters while driving. Sputtering means that your engine is not getting enough gas to it. The problem could lie with your fuel pump.

You also could have a failing fuel pump if your engine overheats whenever you drive it. A rising temperature in your engine indicates that it is working harder and experiencing more stress and strain. It is compensating for the fuel pump not working correctly.

Finally, if your car will not start at all, the culprit could be a failed fuel pump. It prevents the engine from getting gas to it and turning over to start.

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