Question about 1988 Chevrolet Suburban
Had this happen the other day and a friend of mine suggested putting a little gas in the carburetor...seemed to solve the problem, so we assumed the jets were clogged. Now it's happened again, and this time we've put gas in the carb, even changed the battery because we thought it may not be getting enough juice to turnover (another problem we had about a month ago), but it still won't start. Is this the fuel pump or filter? Or something else? I've noticed that the gas gauge is generally not very accurate, but we made sure it had a sufficient amount of gas in the tank. Thanks!
START WITH THE FUEL FILTER , SHOULD BE CHANGED EVERY 5000 MILES FOR GOOD PERFORM...
Posted on Nov 27, 2008
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