Question about 1999 Chevrolet S-10 Pickup
I replaced the fuel pump, filter, and checked all the relays and fuses. I took the fuel line off where it goes into the throtle body and turned the key over and it is pumping fuel, but when I open the the top of the throtle body there is no fuel in it. I can take gas and pour it right into the throtle body and it will run until the gas burns up and then it will quit. I can see a pressure sensor on the side of the throtle body and there is also a " black thing " on the rear with a bunch of wires that goes into it. Could any of those two be bad ? Please help me.
Try checking all the fuses with a test light may be a blown injector fuse.
Posted on Feb 10, 2009
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