Question about 1989 Chevrolet K3500
Hi Genovative, The vehicle sounds quite old so have a look at the pick up sensor in the distributor. I think Pat's advise is very good regarding the earthing problem so that would be a good area to recheck. (Even new fuel pumps can be defective!) I think the reference pressures Pat has given are a little on the low side (but I may be wrong?) I think the pressure should be closer to 4 bar which works out to about 58 lbs per sq inch. Regards John
Posted on Nov 30, 2013
How are you checking for injector pulse ? have you checked fuel pressure should be 9 to 13 lbs i had a problem with one once and i grounded the computor case with a ground from battery to ecm case and it ran found grounds by t-stat housing bad repaired grounds but would check for fuel presure first
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