Question about 2005 GMC Sierra 2500HD 4WD
I agree its the sending unit also in the gas tank.
I would get the price for the part and possibly for the fuel pump also. You may be able to do these seperately but since the tank is out and based on how many miles are on the pump in the tank you may want to think about doing them both.
Now the only con on doing the pump is there are alot of junk replacement pumps out there and i have seen them go out in less than a couple months,, and this prabably would be the pump you get when the pump really goes out. So it your call on whether or not you replace the pump. Also when replacing pump or just sending unit you should replace the harness also. Poor connections can lead to future fuel pump failures
Posted on Nov 29, 2009
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