Chevrolet Impala owners have reported 11 problems related to fuel pump (under the gasoline fuel system category).
2012 Chevrolet Impala lt. Consumer states high pressure fuel pump is very noisy when accelerating from a stand still and also states issues with vibration
the consumer stated the accelerator motor made a loud noise. The consumer stated the fuel lines, which apparently run directly under the driver's side floor, vibrate due to the harmonics set up by the high pressure fuel pump. The vibration is continuous and can be felt through the floor and up into the driver's seat.
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01 chevy Impala fuel pump issues has corrected problem several times in which is a known defect, other nite car shut down on speeding highway without reason or warning.
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Fuel pump fuse blow out. The car cuts off and stops while driving, blowing out the fuse. When a new fuse is installed and the engine is started, it blows out again. The problem is caused by a faulty wiring harness to the fuel pump assembly. The wiring on the fuel pump sender unit melts and peels back the insulation, causing the bare wires to touch and short against themselves or ground out against the car. This occurs right at the top of the fuel pump tank on the sender assembly or just inside the tank. The fuel pump wiring harnesses on these vehicles are problematic and defective, potentially causing a fire in the fuel tank and eventually a catastrophic explosion. A new fuel pump sender (oem part no. 25028955) was replaced in addition to a new electric fuel pump, and new fuel filter.
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The contact owns a 2005 Chevrolet Impala. The contact stated
while driving at 25 mph, there was an unusual noise heard and as the contact attempted to brake, there was an abnormal increase in stopping distance and time. The vehicle was taken to a local repair facility where the mechanic advised replacing the rotors. The vehicle was repaired. Two and a half years later, the failure recurred. The manufacturer advised the contact that the failure potentially was contributed to the fact that he resided in a salt belt state. The manufacturer advised because he did not have prior repair performed at an authorized dealer, they would not provide any assistance. The failure and current mileages were 20,000. Updated 8/4/10
the consumer also stated he was having problems with the fuel pump. Updated 08/09/jb.
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: the contact stated the fuel gauge reads full until the vehicle ran out of gasoline. The contact verbally spoke with the dealer which stated, the fuel pump had failed and would need replaced. The vehicle was not taken to the dealer for inspection.
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My vehicle has 62,000 miles on it and has already had brakes replaced and a fuel pump which costed $789 dollars.
1. I discoverd I had a slow gas leak in the gas return lines. I had been smelling gas for several months but just thought it was a spill in the trunk possibly or something else. I never suspected it to be a leak because the car was so new and in excellent condition and had never been treated roughly. 2. I couldn't drive the car for several weeks trying to figure out what it was and if it was a recall or not, it wasn't clear. The consequences could have been much worse if I hadn't found the leak. 3. I took the car to my mechanic, they said it was a recall; they suggested I take it to a Chevrolet dealership and have them fix it. I did that and they informed me that they were not able to fix it becuase it wasn't included in the recall. I took it back to the original mechanic and they fixed it for exactly half the price the Chevrolet dealership was trying to charge. . . Anyway, I am out of pocket a lot of money for a relatively new car. The recall on the website seems to include the gas hoses but when I called general motors, they said my VIN # wasn't included in the recall. My mechanic advised me to file a complaint becuase it clearly states that my car should be included in the recall!.
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When driving at an undetermined speed, the vehicle stalled. This caused the driver to drift to the side of the road. The consumer had the vehicle towed to the dealer. The mechanic informed the owner that the fuel pump had failed. Please provide any further details.
Consumer states that the fuel pump failed while driving on highway at approximately 70mph. Consumer narrowly avoided a collision. Ts.
This problem happened while the car was idling in "park". The engine died and I was unable to restart the car. Roadside assistance suggested I wait 10 min. And restart. It did but it died again after 2 min. Cheverolet dealer work order described problem as follows "excessive current load from fuel pump burned wire terminal at ignition block. Repaired burned wire terminal and replaced fuel pump".
Consumer called complaining about having problems with stalling. Also stated that while driving the vehicle at 70 mph the vehicle completly shot off putting the consumer on a real risk. Dealer was contacted and stated that the fuel pump went out. Ts.
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|Gasoline Fuel System problems||
|Tank Assembly problems||
|Fuel Hoses Lines/piping And Fittings problems||
|Fuel Pump problems||
|Fuel Delivery problems||
|Tank Mounting problems||
|Fuel Injection Rail problems||
|Fuel Injector problems||
|Fuel Injection problems||
|Gasoline Storage problems||