I believe my fuel pump is shot. The pump was getting a little whiny lately and the truck stuttered a few times today. It then died two block from the house. I’ve got spark and it turns over fine. No pressure in the fuel rail. Also, the pump isn’t whining any more. I hear something, but it’s a LOT quieter than before. There is gas in the tank, 16 gallons roughly…just filled up.
So, is this a job I can do in my garage?
I’ve tackled jobs such as head gasket replacement, intake manifold replacement, tough heater core jobs, and brakes and such, but never removed a gas tank or messed with the newer fuel systems.
I’ve got a Haynes repair manual so I know the basic steps.
What does the book say as far as hours on a job like this?
Thanks in advance!