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Truck stalled and won't start

2000 Chevy truck won't start. No fuel going into injectors. Parts that have already been tried are shut off sylonoid and fuel filter changed. Fuel going to fuel filter but won't start.

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Is it diesel or gas? If it's running the old detroit diesel, you could be looking at a field FCM. It's a computer that controls the fuel pump. It's a common fail point because stock, it's mount right on the fuel pump which sits in the hottest valley the truck has.

Computers + Heat = Failure

If it is, you will need to replace, at that time you may want to look into an FCM relocation kit that would move it outside the hood entirely. If you keep it in there, it will simply fail again. And they are not cheap either. Normally $400-$700 depending on your current and where you live.

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It could be the module on the distributor...it will keep it from starting

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Sounds like the crank sensor if you have fuel do you have a fuel gauge it should be about 70-110 psi on the fuel rail

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