Question about 2002 Chevrolet Silverado 1500
You can pull tank or you can pull bed. Depends on how its equipted...quickest route.
Posted on Nov 19, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 2002 chev silverado 2002 lt
if your gauge was working prior to the replacement, then I'd suspect a loose electrical connection. There should be 2 plugs going to the fuel pump module (pump + sender are one piece unit) in the fuel tank. One for the pump, naturally the other for the gauge (two wire socket). If connections are tight, you may have a faulty pump module,or the installer may have damaged the sender upon replacement. I hope this helps.
Posted on Nov 14, 2008
you stand a better chance of removing the bolts that hold the bed to the frame and taillight plug and 2 guys can lift bed back about a foot, you can get right at it with out removing the lines.i would not want to remove the tank unless the gas is drained out. also disturb gas tank strapes tank might start leaking. save yourself alot of time and trouble and remove the bed. whatever way you do it good luck. OLD SCHOOL.
Posted on Jan 09, 2009
the fuel pump is inside the fuel tank. some techs just lower the fuel tank down, others remove the bed. personaly dropping the tank is harder, but lifting off the bed requires about 4 strong people.
Posted on Jan 07, 2010
I HA NO DIAGRAM BUT IS VERY EASY I THINK YOU WILL HAVE NO TROUBLE DOING IT THE TANK IS HOLDTO THE FRAME BY TWO STRAPS EACH ONE HAVE A BOLT AT THE END YOU WILL NEED A 15 mm DEEP SOCKET, SECURE TANK PRIOR TO REMOVE STRAPS SO IT WOUN'T FALL,LOWER TANK SO YOU CAN DISCONNECT ELECTRIC CONNECTOR AND FUEL LINES YOU WILL NEED A DISCONNECTING TOOL FOR FUEL LINES THIS IS A VERY INEXPENSIVE TOOL JUST PUSH IT IN THE GAP OF LINE CONNECTION AND PULL LINE OUT THE PUMP IS LOCK IN THE TANK BY A LOCK RING YOU WILL NEED TO PUT PRESSURE OR TAP WITH SREW DRIVER OR CHISEL MAY BE A HAMMER AFTER YOU REMOVE THIS RING THE PUMP IS FREE JUST SLIDE OUT. TO INSTALL JUST REVERSE PROCEDURES YOU WILL NOT NEED THE DISCONNECTING TOOL AT THIS TIME. HOPEFULLY THIS HELPS IF SO PLEASE CHECK IT IN CORNER OF THIS BOX IF YOU NEED FURTHER ASSISTANCE I'LL BE HAPPY TO HELP THANK YOU FOR YOUR TIME
Posted on Mar 05, 2011
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SOURCE: 2002 chev pickup 4.8l fuel
The fuel pump is controlled by the Fuel Pump Relay which is controlled by the Powertrain Control Module (PCM). It is really quite simple. If you check for power and ground at the relay, it should go like this: There should be one connector that has Battery power (B+) all of the time. This is the power circuit that feeds the fuel pump motor. The circuit that this feeds will have continuity to ground all the time (You can check this by hooking a test light to B+ and probing the connectors. The light will light up when it finds continuity to ground) - this would be the circuit to the fuel pump motor itself. Another connector will have battery voltage only with the key in the ON and START positions. This is the power circuit for the relay primary coil. (The circuit that operates the relay) Last but not least, one other connector will have ground momentarilly when the key is first turned to the ON position. It will only be grounded for about 2 seconds. It will only do this once in a key cycle. You will have to turn the key off for about 15 seconds and turn it back on to get it to do it again. This is the fuel pump relay control circuit to the PCM - this is what actually turns the fuel pump on and off. If these circuits are all working, then the only other cause would be a bad relay.
Posted on Apr 22, 2011
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