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No start i have plenty fuel pressure, spark at the plugs and pulse to the injectors, new cap ,rotor and wires. seems no fuel on plugs,,dry when removed to check. what else can i look for?

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Could be a couple of things, have you run low, or run out of fuel lately, if so there is a good chance that you picked up trash from the bottom of the tank and clogged your injectors, or your fuel pressure regulator, if you are getting the correct amount of fuel pressers at the fuel rail then i would recommend popping an injector out and have someone turn the key on, if you aren't getting a good healthy mist out of the injector, then chances are they are clogged, and depending on how clogged they are you may need to replace them, i worked as a chevy mechanic for many years, and saw problems like this all the time, the placement of the pumps in the tank was not the best design, so when the tank gets below the 1/4 mark the pump is more likely to pick up trash from the tank, also the pump is liquid cooled and needs to be submerged, and below a 1/4 it is out of the fuel, this makes the pump run hotter and causes premature failure.

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Check for the solenoid from the truck's starter.

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