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I have a 1995 Chevy suburban, and I'm trying to figure out why is it when we go to start the truck it churn and churns, so then we dump a cap full of gas in where breather is before it actually kicks off. Full pump is working, I see the gas going through as the ignition is turned on, and fuel filter has been changed. Help

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Have you checked your cold-start injector? these injectors will just deliever one "squirt" of gas into the intake when starting the vehicle - much like your cap of gas down the breather does...

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