1998 Chevy Suburban is there a fuse for the fuel pump?
Ran fine, could not get it to start & sounds like the fuel pump is not engaging. No loud "humming" noise when you try and fire it up. Started fine 4 times then finally nothing. I have power and all that jazz, alternator was just replaced.
The ECM fuse controls the fuel pump.if not blown,fuel pump is bad.
There is a thermal fuse device inside the pump itself so it wont catch on fire in case of pump motor failure, but on the exterior, it is controlled by a relay in the fuse block, it could be bad, but it is more likely that the pump is bad and needs replacement, it's not too bad of a job.
I am sure it's not that bad of a job but it's over my head. Thanks for your assistance guys :o)
most likely the pump is bad been there done that! you will have to drop the tank to get the fuel pump changed
I just put a new pump in the tank and I get no sound from the tank. I check for power at the tank and have none.I look for a fuse for the pump but I can not find one.Do someone have a idea where it is located?
Try looking in the engine relay center, located on driver side under hood inside fender, this contains fuses and relays which control your engine operations as well as fuel pump relay.
Looking for a Used Suburban in your area?
CarGurus has 20,546 nationwide Suburban listings starting at $1,000.
Search Chevrolet Suburban Questions
Chevrolet Suburban Experts
Related Models For Sale
Used Cars For Sale