Question about 1989 Chevrolet C1500
Run ok when warm but never reallly gets over 150 degreees. I have replaced the coolant sensor tps sensor oxygen sensor and map sensor it still does the exact same thing. I have to start the truck up let it warm up then unplug the coolant sensor to be able to drive it. Im lost. Has new fuel pump and new throttlebody and my fuel pressure looks great. please help me
HI, You need your coolant temperture to run 195 degrees, start by replacing thermostat with correct part and re-check..
Posted on Dec 01, 2008
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