Question about 1998 Chevrolet Express
6.5 DIESEL ALL READY SPRAYED WD40 TO START VEHICLE AND NO GO, THE CODE SAY IT'S A FUEL METER BUT WON'T GIVE ME A DIAG CHART ANYWHERE.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
you may be getting fuel but you are starving the cylinders from it. after sitting this long, i would replace the injectors because they will corode inside after 7 years. agood injector cleaner might work but they are probably too far gone. you might have sent a lot of corosion from the fuel tank the first time you ran it & that will add to total shut down of the fuel injectors. also check your oil pressure, or it may jump on timing due to stiff cam bearings. depending on klts, it would be good to use slightly heavier oil grade. you may also want to check your ignition coil for proper supply to plugs. bin there, dun that.
Posted on Nov 25, 2011
SOURCE: 1985 corvette cranks but won't
Check to see if you have spark, if you do, and still it does not start, then you may think that fuel is not getting to it. At this point, use some starting fluid and spray it at the throttle opening. That should start it for a few seconds and give you the answer.
Posted on Dec 08, 2011
P0455 will not cause a no start. P0455 is leak in the fuel vapor recovery system, it will never cause any type of drive related issue. Have the fuel pressure checked and see that you have spark, my bet is the fuel pump has gone out. A defective electric fuel pump will not set any code.
Posted on Jan 31, 2012
A bad fuel pump will not necessarily show a code. If you have a throttle body try spraying a little bit of starter fluid into it. Then try to start the car. If you have it will be under under the air cleaner cover and kind of looks like a conventional carbureator. If it starts with starter fluid and then dies you have a bad fuel pump, or clogged fuel filter. The fuel pump will be in the fuel tank. Im not sure where your fuel filter would be.
Posted on Jul 27, 2012
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