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    need help fast

    hey my fuel pump died on my 92 chevy 1500 and need help
    i know its dead cause i disconnected my fuel line and tried to start it but no fuel came out of the line

    easiest way is to take off bed? or drop tank?

    other question can i take the fuel pump out of my 93 chevy 3500 and put it in my truck

    or will a holley work

    need help uick please
    pray for our soldiers our freedom and rain

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    might not be the pump,,,some cars have an oil pressure switch that activates the pump circuit , not sure if your model does or not , but some do , check to see if you are getting fire to pump before going to alot of trouble....J M O , PAUL
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    drop the tank, the pump for that truck is cheap, I would just buy new. about $45.

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    A quick check (works about 90% of the time). As you crank the engine have someone hit the bottom of the tank with a rubber mallet. If it starts then it the pump for sure. If not, could be the relay. JMO

    TS1955

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    I just put one in my Dually in August of 2008(2000 chevrolet crew cab ) and it was like $175-200 bucks ....can't remember. I dropped the tank ..it had almost a half tank and I did it alone in a driveway...they never break down at home in the garage. :?

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    I hear that pulling the bed is easier. I know on a S-10 it is.

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    Buy a GM pump its worth the extra $$ Autozone or checker pump you'll be doing this again in year. Also change your gas filter and sock filter attached to the pump.

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    well thamks to all who helped itook the pump out of my 3500 it only had about 5 thousand miles on it put it in my truck and now its drivin like mnormal i left the bed off cause im lazy hah but its helped with gas milag and speed lol that extra couple hundred pounds is nice to have off there but its a lil hard to haul thins now but thanks again
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    You better watch not having the bed on the truck, if the rear tires sling up a rock it might bust your back window. Seen that happen alot.


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