Question about 1996 Chevrolet S-10 Pickup
In order of priority or likelyhood of being the problem, what should I check? fuel pump?, spark?, fuel injector?, fuel filters?,
I would start with checking the battery, belts and fuses. Some places like Autozone will check the battery under a load for free. If all that checks out, then move on to fuel and spark. That will give you a good indicator of where to go from there. If you have no spark then you are moving on to your coil, distributor, etc. If you have no fuel then you would check your filter, injectors pump etc. Keep in mind that a broken timing chain/belt will cause a no start condition as well, as will a faulty neutral safety switch, so if nothing else seems to add up you might check those as well. good luck
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