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Are the prongs of the fuel pump wiring harness corroded at the plug ends? Perhaps the fuel pump relay has gone bad in the fuse box? Sometimes you can swap the same ones in order to determine if it is worth buying a new relay.
Posted on Nov 18, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
check fuel pressure regulator.+ vacuum lines going to it look see if gas in vacuum line.if so regulator rupture.
Posted on May 03, 2009
SOURCE: Engine will die
There is a Communication problem between the Transmission Control Module (TCM) and the Engine control module. That is the bad news and is why it's shutting down the engine.
The good news is i believe there is a TSB recall on the 2004 - 2007 chevy aveo for the P0700 problem so it should be covered under warranty.
Believe the TSB# 05-06-01-030D
Good luck and hope this helps and hope it's not a bad ECM. Check the wire harness to the ECM and TCM, look for broken wire or the harness it self gone apart.
Posted on May 24, 2009
It sounds like it could be the transfer pump. Turn the key on and then crank the engine for about 1 second but leave the key in the run position and listen for the transfer pump to run. It should run for about 15 seconds after you stop cranking. If not, then you will need to replace the transfer pump with a in-the-tank conversion kit if your is mounted on the side of the engine block below the fuel filter housing. If you already have the in-the-tank pump then it might be siezed or the "sock" might be plugged up with alge or other contaminants. I usually lift the bed rather than removing the tank to replace the fuel module. If the check engine light is on you might want to have it scanned for codes to make sure since the modules can be spendy.
Posted on Jun 05, 2009
I HAD SAME PROBLEM WITH BATTERY DRAINING IT TURNED OUT TO BE THE LIGHT UNDER THE HOOD WAS HANGING AND STAYING ON... GOOD LUCK
Posted on Sep 19, 2009
Save a lot of guessing and unnecessary expense & run into a PepBoys, or Autozone and have them scan for trouble codes (free) and go from there. If it's obvious from codes, what the problem is, buy the part while your there, but if not, get back to us with code(s) and we'll assist you further.
Posted on Oct 12, 2009
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