what would cause a hose in the fuel take in the pump to keep braking in a 2003 sierra GMC 1500 4D SWB V8 5.3 motor in a pick up truck

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Asked by darlenere123 Oct 05, 2017 at 09:59 PM about the 2003 GMC Sierra 1500 SLE 4WD Extended Cab SB

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

rebild the fuel pump in my 2003 Sierra GMC 4w drive pick up truck and every
time they give me the same hose witch gose on the fuel pump it just brakes
done did it 3 times so i am trying to uderstand why is it braking

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How long does it last before it breaks? The fuel pump cut off switch could be defective and the line is breaking due to high pressure

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dont even get a mile down the road and it cuts off when take the bed of the truck off again and pull the fuel pump out it is busted

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I wold have the pressure on the fuel pump checked because it takes a helluva lot of pressure to blow a hose

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thank you Tom for answering me back it dose make sense to much pressure on the hose

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i will get it checked tomorrow thanks a lot Tom

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Next time the hose gets changed... start the truck up and watch it for 10 minutes

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thanks again Tom i will it rain about 30 minutes today when it was put on than waited a little while took it to town and back about 13 miles did good so i got back in the truck and did not even get a mile down the road it cut off

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Tom i wanted to let you no the EAVAP fuel tank pressure sensor was bad so we are going to put it on and see how it works thanks for all your help

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