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About metalfan

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  1. Went ahead and did the fuel pump. Cut an access panel in the bed. Measurements were a bit off from the youtube video, but not too bad. The hesitation seems to have been rectified.
  2. It actually looks like a good method, I may find a way to reseal it and give it a shot. It's just a work truck anyway.
  3. I just watched some videos of some guys that cut a square hole in their bed to access the fuel pump. Lol
  4. Yea, I have seen that too. I just filled mine up as well
  5. Thanks for the reply. That would be my next step, I was hoping to avoided the fuel pump swap, but such is life.
  6. I could use some advice on this. I recently bought our 92 sierra work truck from my boss, I have a hesitation when accelerating after I have driven it for about an hour. Done -cap, rotor, plugs, wires -Air filter -o2 sensor -throttle position sensor -coolant temperature sensor -ignition control module -oil and filter -fuel filter -muffler -catalytic converter -cleaned egr valve -fuel pump replaced about 12 yrs ago It runs great for 30-45 minutes. Any ideas would be greatly appreciated
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