Question about 1996 GMC Safari
Engine needs long cranking cold to get fuel to engine, runs fine and starts fine if not sitting too long. Fuel pump or pulsator bad? How to replace them?
Check fuel presure.I believe its 61 to 65 psi, with little or no drop off in ten minutes.V-6 access port for fuel presure is at left rear of engine,(remove dog house to access). Fuel pump is in fuel tank.Use AC Delco only, there is a updated wire harness conector for these.
Posted on Jan 17, 2009
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