I took my 2000 Chevy Tahoe to a dealership to get fixed because it stopped working. A day or so before the death it was idling strange, would fluctuate between 500 rpm and 0rpm and then stall.
They came up with two problems it needs;
Replacing of Lower intake manifold gaskets
Replace Fuel Pump Module
-tech says I only had 22psi instead of the 55-62 psi recommended.
The question I hope you guys can answer;
I am a student and money is not plentiful. Could I get away with just getting the fuel pump fixed, and then shop around for the gasket? Do you think the car will run after only that repair?
Please if you need more information let me know, I am not familiar with cars and repairs but I will do my best.
Wednesday, January 16th, 2013 AT 3:41 AM