Originally Posted by 07fiit
What is the GD fit manual? Like a Haines manual? The big ones you can buy from local auto parts stores? And is there an access panel to the top of the fuel pump in the tank? Or do I have to drop the tank to get to it? Cause I've replaced fuel pumps before in my Beamers and that had an access panel one in the trunk the other under the back seat. I went looking for the one in the fit today and couldn't find one. And do you know if the fuel pump in the tank has terminals on it? Because I'm wondering if it's a bad ground somewhere from the fuel pump to the main fuse panel under the steering wheel. Thanks for all the help man!!!
Your Fit is of the production age designated by the letters "GD" in the first few digits in your VIN. Helm Inc. publishes the shop repair manuals for all Honda Fits. Look on-line for HELM repair manuals for Fits. You will find the same info. that dealer mechanics use for Fit repairs. You are lucky- the GD Helm manuals are much more clear and easy to use than the manuals for the next generation "GE" Fit manuals. I owned a GD Fit (wrecked) and now own a GE Fit. Hate the GE Helm repair manual, but it's better than any other manual.
"GD, GE, and the current generation GK" is the Honda classification of the chassis of each generation of Fits. You have the first generation chassis, I have the second, and newer buyers with GK chassis have the third.