Does a 98 Chevy Malibu fuel pump work in a 97 Chevy Malibu?
If they are the same engine size, they are interchangeable. I would not put a fuel pump from a V6 on a 4 cylinder, and vica-versa. The Malibus from 97-02 all have interchangeable parts
I have a 1987 Chevy v10 my fuel pump will not kick on i have took of the bed and tested the fuel pump and it does work i have replaces the fuel relay fuel pump and the fuel filter fuses are good?
Chevy does not have a reset switch. If you installed a fuel pump and it still won't work, Then you need to check the wiring harness at the pump where it plugs into the top of the tank. Chevy had a problem with the wire connector at that point. If that checks out okay, then check the fuel pump relay and fuse.
You had your 2001 Chevy Malibu fuel pump replaced Shouldn't your radio stations been lossed if they did a diagnostic check to see what was wrong Usually you lose your radio stations when your car is r?
What the heck is your question? If I understand your question correctly - It states (reworded) "Fuel pump replaced on 2001 Chevy Malibu. Diagnostic check done now my radio stations are lost. Any help?" I have a 1997 Malibu. If at any time, any work is done on the vehicle, usually the recommendation is to disconnect the battery (stops the anti-theft alarm). But by doing this, it resets all other components (except for your odometer…
Is there anything else besides the relay and the fuse that would make the fuel pump not work on a 1990 Chevy Lumina?
It is inside of the gas tank. You will have to remove the tank to service the fuel pump. From someone who has replaced 2 fuel pumps. The 1999 Tahoe needs a GM fuel pump. The after market fuel pumps don't work. Something about not pulling enough volume I think. After I replaced with the GM fuel pump, the car worked great.
What is the whining noise in the back of 1999 Chev Suburban 1500 fuel pump or is it worth checking the relays?
The relays have nothing to do with the whining noise, they just complete the circuit and make things work. The whining noise is the fuel pump and that is a common problem with Chevy That noise will not hurt anything, but I would change the fuel filter and that may quite the pump a little. A stoped up fuel filter will burn a fuel pump up.
A fuel pump that is failing. You can try changing the fuel filter for a new one and see if that helps. The fuel pump will still fail but you may prolong it's life somewhat if the filter is partially clogged. A clogged fuel filter will cause the pump to work harder and overheat thus shortening it's life.
It depends, if it is fuel injected then the answer would be yes, if it is carbureted then the answer would be no. If you noticed excessive noise from the back end of the truck with the key switch on engine off just before the fuel pump quit, then most likely the fuel pump took a dump. and to change the pump on a fuel injected model you have to remove the gas tank, it's…