Question about 1994 Chevrolet K1500
Where is it? if in tank would it be easier to pull bed or drop tank?
Being a 94 truck, you can rest assured the pump is in the tank. As for the pull bed, or drop tank question, it is up to you. I always pull the tank on every vehicle, unless someone has cut an access hole through the top of the body. There are a lot of people with a fuel pump change in their future, because the oil companys have changed the additives they put in the fuel we use, and it eats the seals in the old pumps. (they don't want you to know that) It is a lot easier to change an in tank pump than most people make it out to be. (Ah laziness) Hopefully the tank is low on gas, or empty, or it is gonna be really heavy.
Posted on Jul 01, 2008
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