Question about 1995 Chevrolet K1500
Gas gauge went crazy and now I have a fuel leak. Not sure from where. The leak looks as if it might be coming from just above the fuel tank but I cant see where. I have been reading a little on here and noticed people having similiar problems with these trucks and seemed to be the fuel sending unit... where can I find that? Is that a probable cause and if not then what could it be? Also from time to time the truck spits and sputters when leaving from a stop.
As far as your sputtering when leaving from a stop, I have found that the bushings in the distrubutor wear out. The rotor will no longer be centered under the cap and it will result in a poor idle and sputtering. The best way is to remove the cap and rotor and check to see if there is a brown rusty colored dust present. If it is, you must replace the distributor and the problem will be corrected.
Posted on Feb 11, 2009
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