Question about 1999 Chevrolet 3500
I just purchased a 1999 chevy 3500 steak truck with 90K miles and no rust to cab. The truck had been sitting for approximately two years. I drove it home and it would not start again. Discovered it has water in the gas tank. How do I drop the gas tanks to remove water and I plan on replacing the fuel pump while the tank is down?
Normally it's just a matter of removing filler tubes from side, disconnect fuel lines & electrical connections at fuel pump/sender, undo the 2 straps, & lower it down.
Posted on May 15, 2009
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