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Truck sounds like it's out of fuel. It chugs while driving at low

Whe I travel from 0-35 mph, my truck starts to die like it's out of fuel. I have to press the accelerator a couple of times to keep it alive. I have replaced the fuel filter but nothing. I think it's the pump but don't know where it is located.

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  • stormserpent Jun 25, 2009

    I only use the front tank since the back one leaks. the front one is brand new.

  • stormserpent Jun 25, 2009

    Thank you very much that was very helpful.

  • stormserpent Jun 25, 2009

    Now How do I remove the bed because I got underneath and I'm lost?

  • stormserpent Jun 25, 2009

    Well the bolts are on pretty tight and rusted. One of the bolts is near impossible to reach because of the front gas tank.

  • stormserpent Jun 25, 2009

    Well I guess I'm going to have to drop the tanks but the back one, the bolts are rusted on tight and I cant use a torch bc it still leaks.

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The fuel pumps are in the tanks. you can drop the tanks or take the bed off. once you get to the top of the tank you use a hammer and a screwdriver to turn the 4 inch lockring and pull the pump/sending unit out . does it act like this on both tanks or just one?

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  • paul marshall Jun 25, 2009

    if the rear tank will hold any fuel i would see if the problem happens with the rear tank also since it has its own fuel pump. if it doesnt happen with the rear tank you will know it is the front fuel pump and you can just swap the 2 pumps and solve the problem. if this is the case it would be easier to remove the bolts that hold the bed on and raise one side of the bed to access the pumps than to drop both tanks.

  • paul marshall Jun 25, 2009

    you are very welcome. Please leave rating as appropriate

  • paul marshall Jun 25, 2009

    look at the floor of the bed and you will see the head of the boltsthen get under the truck and you will have to reach in the center of the c channels to find the nuts.

  • paul marshall Jun 25, 2009

    ahh welcome to the world of older vehicles. i had to cut my bolts off with a torch. they dont always design things with repairs in mind. I can only tell you what needs to be done but i cant make rust go away or make more room unfotunately. good luck.

  • paul marshall Jun 26, 2009

    if all else fails use a hacksaw but it will take a while.

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