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Oct 7, 2013 - Uploaded by MattHumanPizza
A check of the fuel pressure regulator, as well as the removal and installation process is ... Yeah the regulators are sht on the 98/02 2.0 ford motor. .... Replacing a Fuel Pressure Regulator ona 2001 Chevy Silverado 1500 (5.3L) ... 2005 Ford explorer 4.0 V-6 engine Fuel Rail Pressure Sensor removal ...
Hi. There happens to be a common problem with these trailblazers inside the ducting box located under the dashboard. The mode actuator door motor stops working due to a faulty motor itself and the default position is defrost only. As far as the Air Conditioning not working, there maybe another problem to diagnose there. Could be low refrigerant, or electrical problems to the compressor, or faulty fan clutch(another very common problem with these trucks). Type in mode actuator door and 2005 trailblazer in your search engine online i.e. Google or Yahoo and you will find many posts about this problem. I think there may even be a Youtube video about replacing it. Let me know you need more help. Thanks.
The gas guage does not have its own fuse but instead gets its power from the "integrated power module" that handles power delivery to the entire instrament cluster and beyond. If the guage is in-op,[doesnt work] then you will need to have a few "hands-on tests run to verify if the sending unit in the tank[fuel pump module] is functional or if this problem lyes else-where, wiring problem, bad ground,ect,ect.. One hint would be if the low fuel level l;ight still functions without the fuel guage working,then your problem is NOT in the tank and very likely is in your dash-electrical or faulty guage.
I had this problem as well. Took it to the garage and it was a $700 bill the part alone was $440 they had to drop the gas tank - and since then it's not been working right. The fan clutch went a week later another $700 bill. Picked it up and it was still making the same sound - garage replaced another sensor without charging me--picked it up and three days later the service engine light came on. Back to garage and another $80 part was needed under the hood. All this with just 52,500 miles and I keep it well maintained. Not a happy camper at all! Holding my breath but it's been only two days so far so good.
NO, on the fuel pump assembly is a swinging type arm with a float on the bottom end and some metal teeth on the other, as the fuel leval goes up or down these teeth contact a plate on the body of the fuel pump assemby that send a signal to the gauge. Now either your float arm is sticking, guage is bad, or the sending unit is bad. I would suggest the sending unit, it is availble as a repair unit, you dont have to buy the whole fuel pump. The gauges usually last the life of the car.
chevy refuses to recall this speedometer. The same part is in several other models and they were recalled. The stepper motor in the gauge cluster is faulty. The dealership will charge around $700 to replace it. I reported it to the gov't agency that handles recalls and chevy in detroit. No results.
it sounds like the fuel pump or "sending unit" is causing the faulty gas gauge and stalling. if your vehicle is the avalanche shown, the sending unit is located inside the fuel tank and i believe it needs to be dropped in order to be replaced