Install a Corcorm brute force AC line filter as close to the motor as
possible. Place the motor on the load side, ground the metal case to
the chassic, feed the 12vdc wires to the input side of the filter.
USE EXTREME CAUTION when working in this area of the vehicle. I suggest
you disconnect the wire harness from the motor, peel back the harnish a
few feet from the gas tank and perform the filter installation away from
p.s. look for a second fuel pump. Some vehicles have two.
A. Sewell wrote:
>I have a 2000 Silverado. I installed some snapon ferrite beads as close
>to the fuel pump as I could. It helped quite a but there is still some
>Hardy Landskov wrote:
>>Sorry, I just joined the group and have not had the time to look at the
>>archives. There was an article in QEX, year 2000 or so that detailed what a
>>person did to get rid of the engine noise, et al so he could operate
>>mobile. The article mentioned an L/C filter (I think) that was called a
>>"filter con". I have surfed the web and have not found anything like that.
>>Does anyone know what that is and how to get some?
>>My problems are identical in my 2001 Silverado pickup. The fuel pump RFI is
>>just as bad as his.
>>Thanks es 73
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