1991 Chevrolet S10 Q&A

1991 Chevrolet S10 Question: Fuel pump problems

I was driving and my truck started to jerk and sputter, if i pumped the gas wile idling it would stay alive, but if i didn't it would die and not start back up. Is the fuel pump the problem or is there more I need to be worried about? -
Answer 1
Hi friend, first of all is the fuel pump working. turn the key on and listen for noise from the pump operating. also you might need to change the fuel filter. -
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