Question about 1991 Chevrolet S-10 Blazer
I have a new gas tank and i took off the old fuel pump and replaced some of the old parts and now I don't know how to put it on the new tank. The old tank was rusted and I had a hard time taking it off and i ended up destroying the old ring and yes i have a new ring and a rubber ring. I just would like a step by step walk through on how to put it on the new tank. Thank you and tell me if I need to put more information on the problem.
The rubber ring goes between the tank and the pump/sending unit flange. There should be a nothc on the tank and a corresponding tab on the flange of the pump unit, to ensure correct orientation. Set the lock ring over the flange, and tap in clockwise with a NON_SPARKING drift. The ring will cam lock into place.
Posted on Jul 19, 2009
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I had the same problem with my old 1987 Chevy blazer s10. The problem was the ground wire of the fuel tank was rusty and it broke. So simple was the problem. But before that, I checked and change the fuses, the fuel filter, the oil pressure switch (this is related to the fuel pump to) and finely when a was ganging the fuel pump saw that the ground wire was broken or damage.
I hope this can help you.
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