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Fuel neck problems 05 silverado

Fuel neck problems, wont accept fuel

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Check fuel tank vent if not restricted or kinked.

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My fuel sensor may be having problems,the needle bounces and it does not always read the amount of fuel.The tank is off and I am not sure how to replace and check the sensor. It is a 1975 chevy silverado...


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one good way to check that the fuel pump is running to listen. take the gas cap of and put you ear the the fuel tank fill neck. have a freind turn the key from the off position to the on position, but do not start the crank the engine over. you should hear a huming or wizzing sound for a few short moments. if you hear that sound the pump is running and more thatn likely pumping fuel.

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