Question about Great Plains Industries Gpi& Fuel Pump
Yes you have to drop it since it is a blazer. If it was a pickup then you could just raise the bed. But I found a good way to drop it is use a ratchet strap hook it to the frame and driveshaft under the tank then you can drop it enough to get the pump out. And ratchet it back up to clamp it back.
However when you change the pump it would be best to drop it and clean it out real good before you put a new pump in. You would be amazed at all the trash that is in it. That is probably why it went out.
Posted on Jul 05, 2010
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