Question about 1988 GMC K2500
Getting too much gas
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Engine not getting fuel
your fuel pump needs to be replaced. i had the same problem but i had a full tank of gas in it. so the easiest thing for me to do was to pull back the carpet and cut a hole. instead of dealing with the weight of the 36 gallons. they tend to go every 100,000-150,000
Posted on Jun 22, 2009
to remove the fuel pump you need to unbolt the tank and the lines to drop down the gas tank. then turn the ring on the top of the tank and unplug the wires and remove the fuel pump
Posted on Jul 20, 2010
If you are at or near the 100,000 mile mark then your fuel pump may have failed. If you remove the fuel filler cap and listen carefully at the filler neck while someone turns the ignition key to "run" [don't actually crank the engine] you should be able to hear the fuel pump buzz for about a second and a half as the key is turned On. If you don't hear the pump buzz then odds are your pump is dead. Your pump may have actually failed making it appear as though you ran out of fuel. Not to uncommon. Hope this helps and good luck!
Posted on Nov 03, 2011
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