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I parked my 1992 gmc surburban and didnt drive it for five days .I went to start it five days later it just turns over .we checked for spark and fuel and neither .Also i dont hear the fuel pump power up as usual.we also checked all the fuses all but the one that says ck light up with the tester and its not blown.also checked fuse under hood for fuel pump not blown but does not light up .can someone help. start it and it just turns over.I checked for spark on one plug and there is none also checked all the fues

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  • rechard loftis Jan 17, 2013

    I doubled checked fuses even changed the number five which is for the ck or crank fuse i still didnt light up when tested.

  • montehammons Jan 17, 2013

    Don't know what ck is, but not a crank fuse.

  • montehammons Jan 17, 2013

    You did check all the maxi-fuses, too? You may then have to pull up the block those fuses are in to look at the backside for connection problems, or find a wiring diagram and run some continuity tests; by then you should know what the ck fuse is. I hope you post back and let me know, it sure puzzles me. Have to wonder if it is related to the fuel pump fuse not getting power. Fusible link, maxi-fuse, broken wire or poor connection, that's my guess for your fuel pump fuse not having power. somehow the computer is affected, too, with no spark. Better buy a digital volt ohm meter, rechard, if you don't already have one. I see an electrician in your future, jokes!



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When you turn the key on, does your check engine light come on? It should come on as an alert that the computer is powered and ready. The two fuses that appear to have no power to them may be related. You probably already understand this, but a blown fuse will still light a tester on one end of fuse, if there is power to it. If your fuse has no power, you will have to trace it back to find where power is lost. Perhaps a broken wire, or a fusible link near the battery has failed. Be certain the ecm fuse is good. And good luck to you.

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Double check your fuses if not its your fuse it could be you regulator
and take out your plugs and clean them just because

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  • rechard loftis Jan 17, 2013

    I checked fuses twice even changed the one for the number five which i believe is for crank it isnt blown but will not light up when tested.

  • FRANK Jan 17, 2013

    check ur distributer there might no current comeing out of it clean it and put it back



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