Question about Cars & Trucks
There is a sound that you can hear from inside the cab, and when you lift the hood, it appears as though the sound may be coming from a plastic line with a green cap. The truck runs fine, but the sound is annoying. What is this line, and what might the sound be? The line also appears to be vibrating.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
the place you need is closest to the condensor..that will be the low side.do not try to add freon to the high side as it will blow the lines. the low side is by the condensor the closest cap to it
Posted on Aug 09, 2008
SOURCE: 1999 chevy silverado 5.7L 2wd
did you check the fuel pressure? there is a sharder valve on the fuel rail to do this. i know you have to have a certain amount of pressure in order for it to run.i think on fuel injection its around 60 to 70 psi.and on throtle body is around 30 to50.psi. i also know if you run your truck low on fuel alot it will burn up the pump gas is what keeps pump cool. also you said you found a pluged filter witch over time will burn up the pump. hope this helps.
Posted on Dec 20, 2008
Chevy Trucks, Blazers, S10 pickup and the like will vapor lock ecspecially the 2000 models. Do not tighten the gas cap past 1 click. There is a tube that runs from the top of the tank down and this gets hot and collapses or burns in half. We just bought a reinforced rubber tube cut it to lengh and use it instead of part and it's worked grat for 2 years so far.
Posted on Feb 01, 2009
fuel pump is on the engine or either in the gastank follow the fuel line chevys are the easiest auto to work on a new i think yours is in your tank remove both straps and remove hose to filler neck. the fuel **** is in the center of th tank removed by a lock washer system holding the pump in also be careful that you follow the fuel lines though and that you remove bolts that hold the fuel ine to the frame and up to the engine or fuel filter then engine an up to the carb that way you can lower tank without bending fuel line any way however you took it off put it back if a human put this thing together then a human can fix it
Posted on Jun 09, 2009
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