Question about 1991 Chevrolet K1500
We let it run out of gas...put gas in, and it started...drove about 1 mile, filled the tank and truck will not start. I disconnected the gas line to the carburater and could see that no gas was getting to the carburater. If we put gas in the carburator, it start and runs just till that gas is gone... we changed the gas relay and still wont start.....
There is a bleeder on the gas rail bleed some out on a rag and see if it was gas you filled up with or water i have run in to gas stations not fixing cracked tanks and as you know water floats on gas.start rag on fire gas is good if it doesnt light than you need to hurt someone heehe. ok now if your gas is good then the next step is to turn your ignition key on but not try to start and listen to see if you can here the fuel pump kicken in if not there is your problem is so then you need to replace your fuel line filter. good luck.
Posted on Nov 16, 2008
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