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Re: 1994 k1500 chevy p.u. antennae ground problem
The antenna mast is grounded to the body at the antenna mount, loosen it and clean the contact area, if it is power check near the motor for a black ground lead going to the body. If you find no problem it iws poswsiable the radio has a fault.
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just put in new fuel pump, filter and now who fuel relays. I keep blowing fuses under my dash/ took the meter to it and im getting power in the left side of the fuse prong but on the right side its grounding its self out. any ideas on what it could be?
The easiest way personally to check for a misfire is (with old set of plug wires though) ground a test light. Poke through each plug boot at distributor. If it makes engine miss more not a problem cylinder. When you get to one where there is no change, that is the cylinder that is missing. Not saying that it will cure your problem, but it would rule out the good cylinders that are operating correctly. Make sure you don't touch bare metal because it will shock you. It might not miss either unless under load. Firing order is 18436572 ccw on cap. 1 cylinder drivers side closest to radiator. Drivers side 1357,passenger side 2468. Looking from front of engine to back of engine.
Good evening Michael. The fuse you are looking for is behind the plastic cover on the firewall on the right side. It may be a little disguised in a fuse holder. It is very near the battery junction box pins and fuse links. It's a 10 amp fuse and it supplies power to the relay for the fuel pump. Hope this cures your problem. Thank you for using FixYa!