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STARTING PROBLEMS WITH CHEVY S10 2003

CHEVY S10 2003 , 6 CYLINDER, SOUNDS LIKE IT IS FLOODED. IT IS THROTTLE BODY . IT TURNS OVER BUT DOES NOT FIRE.

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First you need to check if your are getting spark, then go to fuel pressure, you should have 60lb of pressure

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