Question about 1996 Chevrolet K1500
I had replaced my original fuel pump and sending unit at 72,000 miles.my truck lost fuel pressure recently at 160,000 miles so i replaced the fuel pump(with strainer) ,fuel filter,fuel relay and put fresh fuel in tank .the truck ran fine for a day then the pump lost pressure again.i thought i obtain a defective fuel pump so i replaced it again,only to have the truck run fine for a day then lose pressure again.i looked at the internal wiring harness witch appeared ok.do you have any common solutions or ideas? thanks
Try replacing the intank plug-in for the fuel pump. They have been known to go bad even though they look okay.
Posted on Jun 25, 2009
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