Question about 2000 Chevrolet Tahoe
My 2000 5.3L tahoe has been getting harder to start and has been experiencing rough idle and rough running (to the point where not it won't drive). A couple of days ago the service engine light came on. I replaced the TPS a little while ago because it was experiencing a high idle after running for a long time. Since service engine light, I have replaced the fuel filter and fuel pump relay switch. I suspect it may be the fuel pump, but after a little online research, it could be the MAP sensor. To save me a little time searching around the engine compartment, where is the MAP located? I want to disconnect the leads and see if that makes any difference. Thanks for your help.
Doesnt sound at all like an electrical control issue... more like a tune up...
How many miles? If its hard to start its typically due to spark plugs being worn down with age.. that engine has individual coils per cylinder so there are no "cap, rotor or wires" involved... just replace the plugs, they are platinum and they are about 8-9$$ each x8... but that is what you need
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