How to Replace a Chevrolet Pickup Truck Fuel Pump?

Answer A fuel pump that isn't working properly in your Chevrolet truck will result in poor fuel mileage and engine performance. If you need to replace the fuel pump, you must replace the entire module the... Read More »

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How to Replace a Chevrolet Silverado Pickup Truck Fuel Pump?

The Chevy Silverado engine operates partly through the use of an electric fuel pump that sends fuel to the engine to keep it running smoothly. If the pump becomes clogged or any of the fuses within... Read More »

How to Replace a Fuel Pump on a Chevrolet Truck?

With both full and mid-size Chevrolet trucks, the fuel pump is contained within the fuel tank itself. The pump cannot be separated from its module, so replacing the pump means replacing the entire ... Read More »

How to Remove & Replace a Fuel Pump in a 1984 Dodge Pickup Truck?

The 1984 Dodge D150 1/2-ton pickup was equipped with a 225 cubic-inch inline six cylinder or a 318 or 360 cubic-inch V-8. All D-150s used carburetors with mechanical fuel pumps. The fuel pump on th... Read More »

How to Replace an In-Tank Fuel Pump in a 1993 Chevy Cheyenne Pickup Truck?

The hardest part of replacing a fuel pump on a 1993 Chevy Cheyenne pickup is removing the gasoline from the tank. In addition to needing containers to hold 20 gallons of fuel--if the tank is nearly... Read More »