2005 Chevrolet Equinox Fuel Pump
The Chevy Equinox fuel pump for 2005 models is an electric pump that delivers gas to the engine for use in the combustion process. It's pressurized in the fuel line, and if it isn't working properly, you won't be able to run your engine powerfully and efficiently like you're used to. Fortunately, it can be replaced with a new unit from AutoZone from top brands including AC Delco and Delphi for a good price.
Symptoms of a Failing Fuel Pump
Fuel pumps are designed to last for years inside the fuel tank without being serviced at all. When they fail, they exhibit a one or more of a handful of common symptoms that range from long cranking times and stalling to poor engine performance and increased fuel consumption. If your Chevrolet Equinox 2005 fuel pump quits completely, your engine won't get fuel at all and won't start.
How to Replace a 2005 Chevrolet Equinox Fuel Pump
If you're a DIYer, expect it to take a couple of hours at least to replace the fuel pump and parts ranging from $300 to $500, whether it's the primary pump or the transfer pump. Once you've diagnosed which pump is at fault, lower the tank from under the rear of your vehicle and remove it by loosening the lock nut on top. Exchange the pump in the tank and button it all back together.
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