Question about 1995 GMC Safari
The fuel tank is doing the right job it wasn't made to pump but to rather contain fuel in a safe and proper strage cell, allowing the fuel to be supplied to the engine in given measured amounts upon demand of the fuel system and its components.....however....if the electric pump is victim.......sit in the van, windows/doors closed...all accesories turned off, seat belt on...QUIET.... turn the key on... can you hear a whirring type noise... if so its the pump working if not you need a fuel pump, or a fuel pump fuse(located in the fuse panel under dash left side red 10 amp) and or the pump relay which I change automatically when I replace the pump as both the pump and the relay both have the same wear factors on them... or if you do hear the pump you may need to test the fuel filter for clogging and or contamination of fuel. Drain it into a clear jar look for dirt water etc, if present replace the filter, and drain/flush the fuel tank...not a recommended DIY'er job. Dangerous and hazardous flammable gasoline products involved.
Posted on Aug 16, 2010
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