About 345 dollars but i work on cars for a living and i put napa pumps in in less then a year on gm trucks the pump would be out again. so please use dealer pump because the pain isn't worth the price difference !!!!!!!!!
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fuel pump, I just replaced mine, you can tilt the bed up on the drivers side, remove the four bolts on the drivers side and loosen them on the passengers side. Using a hydraulic jack and several lengths of 4x4 and 2x6x6 blocks, carefully lift the bed. To make sure the 4x4 didn't slip, I drove a cut off bolt into one end and stuck that through a hole in the bed cross member infront of the read wheel. Watch the wires. The new fuel pump had to have the connector on the wiring harness replaced. The fuel pump is held in place with a rotating ring, this has a locking detend and removed easily. With a new seal, the ring is more diffiuclt to rotate to the fully closed position. 4 hours including soldering in the new connector. I recommend that you use solder and heat shrink instead of the butt connectors supplied with the fuel pump. The pump was $500 from GM and $275 from Auto Zone
The gas gauge is part of the fuel pump assembly. I just replaced mine on 2X4 same truck. New assembly from GM is $500, $275 from Auto Zone. If inclined to do yourself, you can tilt bed up in drivers side. See other posts about changing fuel pump.
This model always this problem, usually after about 90,000 miles and the other instruments will eventually follow. There are companies that will repair this for you just use google (instrumentclusters.com) to find them. I was charged 185.00 for the repair... GM wanted over 500.00!
take the six bed bolt loose and then take three buddies slide the bed back put in the new pump slide it back n place and put the bed bolts back in. if u drop the tank u can easily break the hard plastis lines that go to the fuel tank. u only have to take the fill lines and taillight wires loose this way its alot quicker, and easier.
lol good ? look at your tank staps compared too the bed bolts might be cheaper getting new bolts rather then fuel straps, the pumps from a 2 or 4 wheel might not make a difference *** lond as same engine.
definitely easier to remove the bed....unless you like the taste of dirt :-)....round up 3-4 buddys and everyone grab a corner after the bolts, ground straps, and fuel filler are loose, pick it up and set it back a foot or two (on the tires and bumper). That'll give you plenty of room to work.