Question about 1996 Chevrolet Astro
If I turn on the key and let the fuel pump and everything stop running then start it, it will start perfectly for that day. If not I have blown three mufflers off of it from the backfires and it will not start that day. We have replaced the fuel pump four times now.
Jiggdout69 is absolutely right. Change your Manifold Absolute Pressure sensor and problem solved.
Posted on Apr 12, 2010
Im having the same problem with mine..the service engine soon light came on.. i hooked up the electronic diognostic reader (obd2) to the van and a p0108 code came up (map/baro circuit high input). i am going to take off the engine cover tomorrow inside the van behind the center console to get to the map sensor to see if it is loose and check the vaccuum lines and change the spark plugs while im back there.. from what im told.. thats how u fix that problem.. also u may need to reset the sensor electronically.. that i have no idea how to do yet but i am going to purchase the book from strauss
Posted on Nov 26, 2008
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