Fuel Pumps
Chevy Silverado

Why does my fuel pump keep going out on my 1995 chev trk?


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2009-07-27 02:41:43
2009-07-27 02:41:43

Have you replaced the fuel filter. A clogged fuel filter will burn a pump up.


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