Question about Chevrolet C1500
It is in the tank. Spray some carburetor spray into the throttle body. Then try to start if momentarily starts then suspect fuel pump and or fuel pump relay. Sometimes the hose inside the tank that is connected to the fuel pump is rotted away and jsut dumping fuel back into the tank. In order to fix fuel pump and or hose must remove tank. I suggest just lifting the bed at and angle to squeeze in just enough to pull the pump out. Tank is on drivers side.
Posted on Sep 06, 2010
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