I changed fuel pump because it stopped working. installed new style ac delco pump assembly. fuel gauge worked just fine before that. new connector and wire splicing is correct. truck engine is running not a good gauge reading

On 2002 4 door Sonoma . And where is the fuse for transmission

We changed the intake gasket the rotor cap changed the plugs. There's no water in the oil and it does not smoke

After replacing fuel pump (seems to work). No start. Pre pump problem. almost starts, To test for spark there's no room to connect test switch to starter. Can I bypass solenoid in fuse box, for remote switch?

was wondering other then oil pump what else could be the problem.

Couldn't undo screw(s),there's a cable wire?what do I do?

Service engine light, voltometer, & oil pressure only things functioning.

AC Compressor went out and I got an estimate of $1000 to fix. Anyone else have experience in this?

It does not come on all the time but for the last 4 days it has been on continuous. Can I disconnect the sensor on the front wheels without affecting the braking system except the ABS. I have replaced Pads and rotors plus one Caliper on the back and the only thing left is the sensors.

After it act like its run out of gas flip key on and off 2 or 3 times, starts and takes off

I can’t tell if its engine oil or transmission fluid. I checked both but there doesn’t seem to be any coolant in either of those. This is a 2002 gmc Sonoma 4.3L V6 crew cab. I dont want to go tearing it appart and replacing the head gasket if its actually something busted in the radiator itself. (It has a tranny cooler as well, all built into a one piece radiator) Also have a really sweet smell that started at the same time when heater is running, think it just might be pulling the smell in from the air though. im hoping i didnt crack the heater core at the same time this happened....