This is the Reply Box. I hope this is the correct one. More information on the symptoms: When I took it to a major car dealer, they said it was the fuel pump, but would also have to replace the gas lines, and that my bumper-to-bumper insurance would not cover the lines because they were rusted. What the garage man said was, "The lines, nine times out of ten, will break when we change the fuel pump." At which point I declined because there was no way I could pay that kind of money about $1,000.00 just for the lines that the insurance company would not cover. He felt sorry for me, I guess, and said, "Well, just get up under the truck and peck on something (I forgot what he said). My brother had said keep dry gas in it and I did for awhile, but eventually forgot to do this with regularity. So the truck stopped again, but did not revive when I put two more things of dry gas in it. This is where we are today, towed in to the shop, where they are trying everything, as I said.
Thank you very much!
have the same problem?
Saturday, June 3rd, 2017 AT 5:31 AM