Question about 1999 GMC Sonoma
The truck was running fine two days ago, I had a day off of work so I did not drive it for about 24 hours. When I tried to start it, the truck would turn over but would not start. I changed the cap and rotor, put HEET in the gas tank and still nothing. Thinking it may be flooded, I pulled out a fuse labled fuel pump and tried to start it hopeful that it would dry out. Still nothing after I replaced the fuse. Can anyone offer a suggestion?
I've got the same problem. how did u fix it thanks
Posted on Mar 21, 2009
Fuel pump could be pushing fuel but not enough
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