Replace it every 75,000 miles.
NO nothing hooks to it.
No you can not. Theres no way to remove it from the top of the tank when the body is in the way.
It is inside of the fuel tank. You will have to remove the tank to service it.
No, not unless you use to much.
Need to replace the ingnition module in the Distributor.
1999 Chevy Suburban 1500 LS, 5.7 litre gasoline engine... 44 gallon fuel tank
You will have to drop the fuel tank to replace it as it is in the top of the tank.
Remove the fuel tank for access
I have the 1999 Chevy Suburban 1500 with the Vortec 350 motor, (Gasoline) and it holds 42 gallons of gas.
Where to buy fuel line for 1994 Chevy 5.7 fuel line suburban?
The fuel pump is located inside the fuel tank. The fuel tank must be removed to gain access to the pump.
Gm does not use inertia/reset switches.
It's inside the fuel tank. You have to drop the tank to access the pump.
No, You will have to remove the fuel tank.
YES. Bad fuel pump pressure can cause that problem too.
I would replace the ignetion module that is in the distributor.
140.00 dollars labor plus parts.
Under the vehicle, drivers side slightly back of center.
The fuel pump relay is an inexpensive item to replace, if you suspect it is bad replace it with a new one. In my life time I have seen very few relays go bad. In most cases the fuel pump is to blame.
Just take it out and put the new one in. They are hard to pull out.
Under the hood on the drivers side with the fuses.