About GMC C2500
GMC C2500, as a full-size pickup truck, was manufactured by General Motors from 1960 to 1998. C in the model's name indicates two-wheel drive and the 2500 indicates one-ton rating load capacity. GMC C series trucks were replaced by GMC Sierra by 1999. They offered trims Base, Deluxe, Custom, Sierra and Sierra Grande. Basically, GMC C series and K series shared the same powertrain and configuration. For the last generation, they offered a 6.5 L turbo diesel V8 engine.
Fuel Pump: Fuel pump passes gas to fuel tank. You are wasting your money if the fuel pump in your GMC C2500 does not work correctly, since you may consume more gas when driving the same distance.
Water Pump: Water pump is a device in you GMC C2500 that pushes coolants go through engine's block and protects engine from overheat. A failing water pump may cause engine damage.
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