Question about 1995-1997 Chevy Tahoe Ignition Starter Alarm Switch
1997 Chevy Tahoe LT 5.7L V8
I have a malfunctioning internal fuel pump. How would I go about accessing/changing it, and do you have any suggestions on a quality brand that is in an affordable (CHEAP) price range!!! I have looked at a Delphi on autopartswarehouse.com
Also, would it be feasible to change to an inline setup? If yes, what steps do I need to be aware of? (ie. do I need to remove the old fuel pump anyway...)
Any help would be appreciated!
You should seriously make sure sure that your fuel pump relay in the fuse block under the hood is not bad first before you go through ALL that. I have had one go bad and months later get a bad connection and not turn on cause I don't have the cover for it and **** gets in there. Not sure about the inline I have always wanted to try that.
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