Question about 1990 Chevrolet Camaro
I recently bought a 1990 Camaro Z28 T-top. When I went to pick it up it ran fine idle little rough. After I signed the title the car killed out totally. We put gas in nothing. Well long story short, the fuel injectors have lack of pressure, fuel pump kicks on and we changed out the fuel filter. We ran out of ideas of what it could be. I even changed the injectors out. If any one can think of anything that could be the problem please let me know. Thanks Much.s
Just because the fuel pump is on does not mean it is delivering the proper pressure. Some systems need as much as 35 psi to function properly. I would look there. I am assuming that you have checked the pressure as you had mentioned that the "Injectors have a lack of pressure" in your statement. Some of the old chevys used to use a "Sock" type filter on the pick up tube in the fuel tank. A possibility? Could be partially clogged. Good Luck
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