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1/4 gage reading on gas gage. I have to jump on the bumper and shake the car to get it started. any answers?

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    Spencer Razo Jul 30, 2009

    Dear Mobileman380- Thanks for the input. I relized its the fuel pump, but whats actually going on inside the tank as I shake the vehicle? I hear the pump energize for 3 seconds before I start and after I turn off. Is there a valve sticking or could there be a problem with the purgeing system? Where can I find a electrical schematic for the fuel pump system? Thanks

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