It won't start, or hardly runs. Turn the clip hoding on the pump and remove it. Uses fuel as a coolant for pump Have you changed the filter sock? Make sure you have air intake stuff all on and pluged in before trying to start or run. Honda Sedans have a plate over the fuel pump in the gas tank in the trunk. Their pumps aren't cheap though.
Then check for spark at plugs and wires. Then I could pull the pump. There is a fuel pump test circuit, a red wire by fuel pump relay to assist this test. I'm talking long distance to my son as he works on it. Slide tank out side of van and now you have access to your pump. Tested the fuel pressure and it was ok.
Remove wire from coil and hold near engine and see arch when you crank. Put new pump in and put clip back on. Jack up the driver side of van and pull the tank off the brick which lowers it all the way to the ground. If that doesn't solve the problem, you may have a faulty fuel… You can call the dealer and ask if they know where it is as far as checking it you should get someone to hold the relay and turn on the key but dont start it then turn it off do this several times and if the person holding it hears clicking or feels it switching on it should be good. There is no security light.
You can switch the wires around on the two boxes and this will test if one of the relays is bad. If that doesn't solve the problem, you may have a faulty fuel pump. Clean the contacts, and reinstall it. . The low cost of upkeep, size and many options made the vans popular with different kinds of trades like plumbers and caterers.
Please use an ac delco fuel pump module. You can disconnect the fuel line to the engine and see if you have any gas flow when you crank it. If applicable this year, is security light on? This has been engineered to fit your vehicle without modifications! Decreased level of driving quality, poor general performance, suboptimal gas mileage, or exposure to possible unit failure are just some down sides of driving a vehicle with a defective component. No dropping of the gas tank, but you will have to cover the hole and seal it so that no exhaust fumes can leak into the van. Replaced… You would have to have the engine and transmission wiring harness and fuel pump harness. I've changed the sock filter with the new fuel pumps, and completely cleaned out the tank two years ago when the first pump was replaced.
It isn't so bad, I did the pump on my suburbans 42 Gallon tank. If it does, you have to rewire the van following the directions. The thermal overload on the pump was bad causing the fuel pump to turn off. I changed the O2 sensors, I used the universal sensors and I think I wired them according to the instructions. You have to drop the takn and it sounds hard but it really ain't. Then they sn … ap back on the new pump assembly. My son is working on his van.
Make sure when you pull up the pump debris does not fall into the tank. You can use a fused jumper to power this circuit and test fuel pump pressure. It may come updated with a new wiring connector to fix the old ones problem. Have you cleaned the tank? The fuel pump harness for 12v gray wire. As far as replacement, if it's a cargo van and you're not too concerned about the floor in the van, I measured and cut a hole with a hole saw over the gas tank carefully where the fuel pump is located. It should be one of these.
A trip to, or phone call to your Chevy dealer's repair department, and they'll let you know for sure. Crankcase ventilation valve malfunction, missing or incorrectly installed. If theres power in and out of the relay, you might need a new fuel pump. Inspect the wiring harness for damage. Clean the contacts, and reinstall it. No code was ever set. Slide back under van ondriver side, put two by fours back under each side of tank and slowly start putting bricks under on side to get it high enough to put the jack back under.
A trip to, or phone call to your Chevy dealer's repair department, and they'll let you know for sure. It'll help to be armed with the most info. Unplug the wires going to the tank, put a jack under the tank Perferablly on two by fours Undo the straps going under tank. Use a basic 12 volt tester and have someone turn the key on. Crunch Must be a 1999 to throw a P0102 I did get confused on first post.
He said he check and there was 12 volts going to the fuel pump. If it does, you have to rewire the van following the directions. It would only start intermittently. Answer The fuel pump is in the gas tank. After unhooking the gas lines finish lowering the tank set bricks under the two by four at one end and remove your jack. You did read about the need to test for 12v in 2sec? Changing it is a pain. There is a special tool to remove the fuel lines from the old fuel pump.