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Buzzing noise When I turn off my 2002 suburban there is a buzzing noise which appears to be coming from underneath the drivers seat

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  • jkurtz2 Aug 02, 2009

    I cannot tell where the source is exactly it sounds like it is in between driver and passenger door on the driver side

  • Richard Scordino May 11, 2010

    Get under there and find the source...make sure it is properly grounded.

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Have someone stand out side the truck and then turn it off it will sound like its coming from under the driver side under the truck it usally lasts for about 2 seconds that is the fuel pump and is located in the fuel tank itself if you have not changed your fuel filter lately then change it first when it gets dirty it makes the pump work harder it is located under the driverside door bolted to the frame pretty easy to change 2 open end wrenches is all you need

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Sounds like the fuel pump which is actually in the gas tank but will sound like under the seat if it never made the sound before it might be getting worn out have it checked out

Posted on Aug 02, 2009

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