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Old 10-17-2011, 09:10 AM   #1
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Question Fuel Pump Noise

We were getting ready to leave Fri and heard this loud high pitch whine coming from back of rig. It sounded like some kind of buzzer going off. Searched and found noise at gas tank figured it was fuel pump never heard before.Wandering does this mean the pump is going to fail soon. We went ahead went on last trip of season NO issues going getting ready to come home started RV noise was still there drove home WORRIED no issues made it back and parked for winter. Wandering will I be changing fuel pump this spring???
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Definitely sounds like the pump is on it's last legs. If it were me I'd get the parts together and do at my convenience before the start of the season next year.
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Old 10-17-2011, 08:49 PM   #3
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That was kind of the plan just wanted to hear from others to make me feel better shelling out the CASH. I checked O'Reilly's today and its around 300.00 for the new pump with sensor. Maybe Santa will be nice and leave me a new one under the tree LOL.
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