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99 suburban how to drain fuel tank 99 k1500 suburban

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replace the fuel filter which on the drivers side, under the truck, by the rear passenger's side door. If nothing still, then you need to check fuel pressure with a guage, about $45 for the tool. I've used it about 5 times in 1 year. You will have to do some research on the proper starting psi. But it sounds like a fuel pump problem, which is in the fuel tank. I've changed one by myself, not too terrribly hard. But make sure the fuel tank is near empty, two bolts to undo, that hold the two tank straps up, get a jack with a wide plate, because you cant drop the tank all the way to the ground, otherwise you will rip the wires off. I replaced the pump on my 99 k1500 Suburban, 5 years ago. You also will need either plastic or metal fuel line disconnect tools (they are a pain to disconnnect). The pump costs about $275. Go with a pricey one with a reliable manufacturer, you only want to do this job once, per 20 years.

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Location of Front Blower Resistor on 99 Suburban K1500


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I need to drain the gas tank on my 1998 Chev. k1500 to change the fuel pump. What's the easyest way to drain the tank?


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Getting fuel tank off


You will need to drain the tank and disconnect the fuel lines. Then remove the holding staps.

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I have a '99 suburban and had the same problem. Couldn't figure it out. Took it to the dealer, and it was a engine disable type module. There is a sensor in the ignition switch that "sees" the key (connected to this module), and allows the engine to start/run. Could be the sensor or the module. My problem was the module. Seem to remember costing about $500 with troubleshooting, parts, labor. Good luck.

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