Question about GMC Sierra 2500HD
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
becarfull, the fuel filter os on the passenger side of the engine compartment. after replacing the fuel filter you need to prime the system to get all the air out of the fuel system otherwise the engine will crank and crank and never start. if this happens, you'll need how to prime the system or tow the truck to the nearest Gm dealership.
read the owners manual for help.
Posted on Nov 05, 2009
SOURCE: changed the oil and fuel
IS THE ENGINE TURNING OVER? IF IT IS YOU MAY HAVE TO BLEED AIR FROM THE FUEL SYSTEM, IF THERE IS A MANUAL PRIMING PUMP, USALY BUILT AS PART OF THE FILTER HOUSING OR REMOTELY MOUNTED ON THE FUEL SYSTEM PUMP THE PLUNGER THILL IT GETS HARD THERE SHOULD BE A BLEED SCREW MOUNTED OPEN IT AND STROKE PLUNGER UNTIL YOU SEE BUBBLE FREE FUEL COMING THROUGH CLOSE OFF THE BLEED SCREW AND PUMP PLUNGER TILL HARD AGAIN THEN TRY STARTING
Posted on Jul 29, 2011
Disconnect the electrical connector for the "Water-In Fuel" sensor from the lower end of the filter housing. Then the filter assembly simply unscrews like an oil filter.After the fuel filter is off, you must unscrew the sensor from the lower end of the old filter and transfer it to the new filter. Then screw the new filter into place. There is a screw on the top of the filter housing to bleed the air from the fuel filter assembly. Loosen or remove the screw and pump the hand pum on top of the filter housing until fuel comes out the bleeder. Then tighten the bleeder and start the engine. If you did everything correctly, it should start right up and continue running. If it starts the dies in a couple of seconds, then you must perform the bleeding process again. (SEE PICTURES BELOW)
Hint: Sometimes it is much easier to get to the filter through the right wheel housing. It may be easier to support the vehicle and remove the right front tire to get to it.
Posted on Nov 16, 2011
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