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Did you get a receipt after pumping your gas? The tank will need to be dropped and cleaned. Fuel line and injectors will need to be flushed and pray that everything works right or you will be replacing some parts. If you have the receipt you maybe able to get the gas station insurance to pay for repairs
Take it to a repair shop. It\'s a gigantic pain. Plus, if you don\'t have a good working mechanical knowledge of your Acadia\'s power steering system, it will still make noise after you replace the pump. Bleeding the air out of the system is absolutely critical to keep it from making noise. Not the answer you probably wanted, but having done several pumps myself with the vehicle up in the air on a lift, it\'s still a pain.
Seriously! Take the car for a drive in the country.
It has to go threw a few drive cycles (Ign On and Off miles at particular speeds, cooling fan has to cycle a certain number of time etc etc...)If you live by a turnpike take it for a spin.