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1998 chevy 1500

Im haveing a problem with my truck where my truck willl turn over but wont start, I have put a new electric ignition control module ($230.00) and a new ignition coil ($50.00) I have checked to see if i have fual and it is coming in at the right PSI, I have also checked all my fueses to see if that was the problem but my truck wil still turn over but worn start. And also have the odd backfire.. Can anyone help me

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    Cody Hummel Oct 16, 2008

    thats the thing is when i checked it had 60 psi running

  • Anonymous Dec 03, 2008

    i had the same problem with my 97 1500 1/2 ton it would crank but not turn over i took it to the dealer after about 6-8 months of diffrent repair shops ..it cost me around 450.00 dollars to fix if i remember if i remember correct it was a part called ignition control module and timming they did !!! and she runs good now....

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Maybe its your distributer gear stripped a tooth on gear. Pull cap and have someone turn motor over, look to see rotor turning 360% smoothly no skip or hesitation?

Posted on Oct 26, 2009

Ha ha i found out the problem it was my distibuter i stripper all the little gears that go to cam shaft

Posted on Oct 18, 2008

Have you confirmed a good spark at the spark plugs. If it isn't there work your way back to the coil and see if you have spark there.

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The fuel pressure needs to be around 60 psi on these or they won\'t run. Fuel **** are very common failures on these.

Posted on Oct 16, 2008

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