Question about 1998 Chevrolet Blazer
At one time we were having to replace the fuel relay switch at least every two weeks cleaned all inside and that problem slowed down. Now we are having to replace the fuel pump this will be the 4th time within a year and the second within a month. Any suggestion on what could be causing the fuel pump to go bad and could the two issues be related.
The fuel pump will be located in the fuel tank if engine has fuel injection. If your engine has a carburetor the fuel pump will be located on the right hand (passenger) side of the engine block.
Posted on Mar 01, 2009
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