Question about 2002 Chevrolet Impala
Tank will only accept gas at a very slow pace,it takes forever to get $5.00 in the tank. Replaced the fuel pump to fix the guage but it still wont accept gas. Is there a check valve or something in the filler neck or what? Thanks, Bob
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
After you dump the fuel in the throttle body it will continue to run on its own or die as soon as it burns up all the fuel you dump in? Do you have access to (Noid lights)? Are both plugs attached to the distributor?
Posted on Jun 24, 2009
Evap vent solenoide is stuck closed. Start by replacing the valve and checking the hose to the valve for clogs...this is located between the cab of the truck and the bed of the truck on the driver side (can be seen if you look down through the crack)....If this doesn't work then check the fuel filler neck hose for kink or restriction this is the hose that goes from the gas cap to the fuel tank.
Posted on Aug 02, 2009
Fuel levels are equaled in the tanks via a frame mounted transfer pump that transfers fuel from the rear tank to the front tank where the main pump is. Your transfer pump needs replaced, and should run about 60 bucks. Should find the pump mounted to the frame between tanks.
Posted on Jan 10, 2010
The only way is to remove the tank from the vehicle first , then remove all the fuel from the tank. The neck can be welded using gas welding , get help if your are not familiar with welding. if the crack is wide , use a clipper to hold while you weld and try to fit the filler cap before fitting back the tank. Hope you get this right.Good day.
Posted on Aug 14, 2010
Yes, virtually all cars have them these days. You will not get any fuel out of the filler cap. There are some places you might get access to the tank contents like the outlet to or from the pump, the rubber connector that connects the filler pipe to the tank or the fuel pump if it is mounted in the tank and is accessible under the back seat.
Posted on Mar 11, 2011
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