On the rear of your engine you will find a metal line with a plastic cap covering a schrader valve very much like the one you use to put air in your tires. Remove the cap and depress the core. If your fuel pump is working, it should spray some fuel out under pressure. If it just barely has pressure your fuel pump is probably shot. ( This is a common GM truck problem;; my father-in-law is getting about 45,000 miles and his fuel pump is shot ...3rd one ).AnswerIf engine turns over but won't crank turn switch to run and listen for fuel pump. If you don't hear it, whack your fuel tank with a rubber mallet a feew times (I'm not kidding) and try to crank. If it does you need a fuel pump.
Like the guy above said. give your fuel tank a few whacks with a rubber mallet while someone trys to start it. but this will usually only work once. so once you start it take it to your mechanic or wherever your going to fix it.
There is none.
where is the fuel pump relay on a 1999 Chevrolet Tahoe
Remove the fuel tank then unscrew the retainig ring and remove unit.
It is in the gas tank.
Any recalls 2004 Chevy Tahoe
it is in the fuel tank
It has a electric pump inside of the fuel tank.
Chevy did not use them on there trucks or SUVs. You need to check the fuel pump fuse and relay and make sure there good. You may just have a bad fuel pump.
No you do not.
It is in the fuel tank.
It is inside of the fuel tank.
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.
NO. You must remove the fuel tank to service the fuel pump.
Possibly the fuel pump relay.
YES it is. GM had a problem with the fuel pumps making noise and still does.
No such thing on the 95.
It is inside of the fuel tank. You will have to remove the tank to service the fuel pump.No other way.
The fuel pump relay on a 2001 Chevrolet Tahoe is located underneath the hood area. It is in the power distribution box.
Defective fuel pump fuse or fuel pump relay.
Check fuse and/or relay.
Maybe your fuel pump
It's inside the fuel tank.