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May 2nd, 2010, 4:30 AM   #1  
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Looking for Exploded views or charts

Hello Community,

I am desperately looking for exploded view or wiring chart for the
fuel pump system of a 2008 Suburban. MDTAHOE gave me already a
few hints where to look, but it is a little bit hard without any drawing.
So if somebody has or know where to get this charts or views, that would
be really appreciated.
I am especially looking to the part "FPCM" (fuel pump control module), which is located just behind the spare tire.

thank you
Christian

 
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May 2nd, 2010, 10:36 AM   #2  
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Sign up for aldata online you will have everything you need and some.

 
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May 2nd, 2010, 12:04 PM   #3  
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I'll testify to the helpfulness of Alldata, I use it for info on the little womans minivan.

here is a link to a discount coupon for the 1yr subscription which I believe is about $17 after the discount.

http://www.retailmenot.com/view/alldatadiy.com

 
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May 2nd, 2010, 1:55 PM   #4  
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guys, thanks a lot for the link, looks pretty good. But wouldn't it make more sense to buy some books instead of signing up for a yearly online fee?
I actually need for three cars (Suburban,Trailblazer and Ford Mustang 2006). Can you suggest HAYNES books or do you have any other books in mind which also include kind of drawings and charts??

thanks and have good week

Christian

 
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May 2nd, 2010, 4:43 PM   #5  
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Even Chilton's is better than Haynes. Factory service manual is best but expensive so it depends on how long you plan on keeping it.

 
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May 2nd, 2010, 7:46 PM   #6  
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All Data is a exact copy of the factory manual.

 
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May 3rd, 2010, 9:42 PM   #7  
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BalckBeauty  guys, thanks a lot for the link, looks pretty good. But wouldn't it make more sense to buy some books instead of signing up for a yearly online fee?
I actually need for three cars (Suburban,Trailblazer and Ford Mustang 2006). Can you suggest HAYNES books or do you have any other books in mind which also include kind of drawings and charts??

thanks and have good week

Christian
Alldata gives you a discount for multiple vehicles. Far cheaper than the factory service manual. Haynes and Chilton are both junk.

 
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May 4th, 2010, 8:58 PM   #8  
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BalckBeauty  guys, thanks a lot for the link, looks pretty good. But wouldn't it make more sense to buy some books instead of signing up for a yearly online fee?
I actually need for three cars (Suburban,Trailblazer and Ford Mustang 2006). Can you suggest HAYNES books or do you have any other books in mind which also include kind of drawings and charts??

thanks and have good week

Christian
Are all three vehicles needing repair right now? Only need to pay for a subscription if you need the manual right then... you might check with a local dealership and see what they do with old manuals, goodwill is also a place to check

 
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