My 'work horse' of a truck (it pulls all the trailers) no longer pumps fuel from the rear tank. I found a couple fuses blown. Replaced those - however, it will not restart.
I looked for the fuel reset -- unless I'm blind (close, but I had my glasses on), I am unable to find it. What I did find where I believe it should be, is something that resembled a back flow stop like I used to have on my aquarium air pumps.
I'm lost. Could you please offer me a few more inexpensive suggestions to check before taking it in for a new rear tank fuel pump?
Oh. And lets just say I know my way around under the hood for maintenance. But I'm no mechanic. (I.E. For a lady, I don't mind getting dirty, and I'll try to muddle through - as long as I understand it!)
have the same problem?
Friday, May 8th, 2009 AT 9:28 PM