Q: I have a honda civic where I have enlarged the fuel filter exit areas through the bolts but high sound coming from pump

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I have a honda civic where I have enlarged the fuel filter exit areas through the bolts power is better but high sound coming from the fuel pump I never here before.
My car has a manual transmission.

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