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I have changed the fuel injector pump in my K2700 van do i need to check the timing because the van refuse to start

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ur odds r better if u test pump by disconnectin the lines near the engine-this takes mech knowhow + repair book-may also be the fuel pressure regulator or just a line blockage--make sure it isnt an ignition problem 1st-

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SOURCE: fuel pump running but no fuel to injectors

Fuel pump regalator is at fault.

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