Question about 1997 GMC Safari
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Since you replaced the distributor, are you sure it's properly timed? Hook up timing light and try to crank. It should show you where your timing mark is. It will also verify that you are getting spark.
You need to start a systematic check. Is it electrical, mechanical, fuel related? Need to do more checking and maybe we can get that puppy going.
Posted on Feb 26, 2009
Initially since the fuel pump is located in the gas tank ,it is not a
task for the average home mechanic. It is electric puts out about 15
lbs. pressure uses the gas in the tank as a coolant. In older models it
is possible to have the pump wiring burn and short out.The results could
be a fire or if you are fortunate pump failure.
There are 4 hoses comimg out of the tank that are held on by clamps get those of then un clamp the filler hose then un screw bolts holding the tank and it drops right down.
You need to open the tank then you can put in the new pump witch is 40 dollars make sure its facing the same way as took it out then you slide it back in close up the tank then raiseit up put the 4 bolts back in to hold it up the put the 4 hoses back on were they go tightin the clamps and you are done.
Posted on Mar 13, 2010
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