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I have an 05 Avalanche gas is running down from the top of the tank is this the fuel pump or something else?

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You'll have to drop the tank to find out, it could be the filler hose or one of the hoses connected to the fuel sender assembly. Another possiblity is if you mounted something in the bed section with self tapping screws you may have punctured the tank.

Posted on Mar 19, 2011

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