I was reading another post about the problem someone was having with the
fuel sending unit. I have a 2000 Silverado with a 167K, my sending unit has
been bad (and getting worse) since the truck had around 60K. If I change the
pump now while it's still good in order to correct the fuel gauge will I be
getting a better sending unit with the new or after market fuel pump? If I'm
going to be putting in the same POS I might as well wait until the pump
Bottoms Up Divers
I don't think that anyone can give you an answer to that question.
There is just no way of knowing, even if GM 'fix' a known problem,
which I don't think there is, as it is a part that will wear due to
age, how would you know if you got the old one or the new "improved"
It is ultimately up to you, but smart money says replace it now before
you have a total pump failure on the interstate or some where else,
where it may cause an accident or something.
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