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Old 04-10-2018, 02:31 PM   #1
muley
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fuel pressure?

Hello all, I've got a 99 K2500 suburban with 350/auto. high mileage and last month the in tank fuel pump quit. I ponied up the money to get it fixed and it made it 2 weeks and progressively got harder to start. finally Monday, no start at all. I call them up and it's the same thing, load it on a trailer and bring it in. I'm tired of throwing $100 bills at it. Can anybody shed some light on what this might be and where it is/ what it looks like so maybe I can fix this myself?

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