Having problems with your 1998 GMC Jimmy ?

Acts like it has bad gas. I was rolling along the interstate and it started chocking. I let off the accelerator, waited few seconds, then eased it back slowly and it kept going. Same thing happened two more times in next 10 minutes so I pulled into a gas station and filled up tank which had been half full. Jimmy ran just fine couple days then when I stopped for a traffic light in town, it shut off and wouldn't start again. Thinking it was flooded, I sat through 2 lights then some guys

Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 18-03-2019

Answers :

Have your fuel pressure checked, as you are driving, under a load. . These trucks need like 58-60 PSI to run. I would start by replacing the filter, but it may be time for the fuel pump.
I think the pipe from the pump to the sender outlet pipe in teh tank has perished
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