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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Suburban fuel pump problem
release the traped air in the fuel line on fuel rail there is a valve stem hold stem in while circulating the key on then off 10 sec. then on then off 10.sec this will clear the line then while tring to start keep held open till running
Posted on Nov 25, 2008
u need to replace the egr...or atleast take it apart and clean it....then try it.... if u need help with that just ask i will tell u were nd how hope this helps
Posted on Mar 28, 2010
Fuel filter—4.8L, 5.3L and 6.0L engines—2000–01 vehicles
It will be on your frame rail.
If you have fuel injection, it'll be in your gas tank part of the fuel pump module.
Posted on May 05, 2010
Yes more than likely.Check your fuel pressure it should be 60-66 psi with the key on engine off.There is a fuel test port on the fuel rail towards rear center part of the engine.
Posted on Jan 30, 2012
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Raise vehicle safely, disconnect battery ground. Prepare for some gas spillage with a pan. You will be removing a hex/metric fitting on one end of the fliter using two wrenches ,and once it is loose, gas will leak out into your catch pan. Finish removing this end. Now on the other end, you will usually find a 'quick clip' connection which can be a pain to remove. I have found the '$30.00 special tool' is not as good as a decent set of fingers. Here is how I do it: squeeze the ears on the clip together then push the ears toward the filter and quickly pull them away. It may take a few trys. They go together easy however. Reverse procedure and check for leaks. Done. Good luck.
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