Question about 2000 Chevrolet Blazer
Did you check power and ground at the fuel pump connector?there should be power at two wires at the connector,one should have constant power with the key on and thats for your fuel gage,the other power wire should have it only when cranking or for about 3-5 seconds when the key is turned on,check both of those first and that will let you know that everything is fine all the way forward of that connector,also did u replace just the pump or the whole sending unit?if you just replaced the pump the connector that runs fron the sending unit to the actual pump itself inside the tank also goes bad on this setup too,look for brown or burn marks on the inside of the sending unit where this connector hooks uo,hope this helps
Posted on Sep 12, 2009
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