Question about 2005 Chevrolet Avalanche
Try checking the vent tube. if you look under the truck it will go from the gas tank filler tube to the top of the gas tank.
Posted on May 13, 2009
There is a vent solenoid on the fuel module that goes bad and wont allow you to pump fuel at a high rate. I was on a road trip across country from California to D.C. and my truck was starting to get harder and harder to start day after day. So checked the fuel pump pressure and found out it was bad. Took it to the nearest GM dealer and they replaced the pump. That was in Indinana. I had a half of a tank of fuel so i drove for a wile before i filled up. When i went to fill up it would not take fuel at a regular rate. It took me over 45 minutes to fill my 31 gallon tank. got to D.C and went to another dealership and explained what happened. Come to find out the brand new module had a faulty vent solenoid. Got another one installed and its been great ever since.
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