Question about 2000 Chevrolet Blazer
I have recently changed the injector, the fuel filter , the mass air flow, now as I drive down the street the truck just stalls. If I bang on the gas tank it will restart and go for awhile longer so I have been investigating and have come to the conclusion I need to change the fuel pump. I need to know how to do it?? can someone please help me.........
I am assuming that you have the 4.3L V6.
The fuel pump is always a pain on trucks becasue you have to remove the tank to gain access. The pump is bolted in on the top side of the tank. I hope it doesn't have a full tank of gas as it needs to be drained(re-use when job is complete). Not to mention pulling a tank that's full of gas very heavy.
See this link for an overview:
Here's how you test the fuel pump relay, and fuel pump:
Also be sure to releive the fuel pressure before servicing
Good Luck again, and feel free to ask anymore questions.
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