My fuel pump seems to working intermittently. I had it tested at Chevrolet and was told the check valve was malfunctioning, letting the fuel drain back into the tank, and the pump should be replaced. The pump was creating good pressure (a little lower than ideal), but I have had problems with the engine dying after it is started.
How difficult is it to replace the fuel pump? I know I have to drop the fuel tank but I could only locate two bolts holding it up with a bracket-type mount on the other side of the straps.
Is there enough play in the fuel lines for me to drop the tank to the ground without breaking anything?
Do I need a new wiring harness also?
have the same problem?
Thursday, December 20th, 2007 AT 2:48 PM