Question about 1999 Chevrolet Silverado 1500
It wont start when the motor is cold. And if its cold outside its almost impossible to get it started even with starting fluid. The only time it will start is once the motor is compleatly warmed up then shut off. If started while motor is still warm or hot it will fire up. I know its just a sensor. Its got a new batterie, plugs, wires, and cap and rotor button.
I had same problem. Engine will start if you crank it for awhile. This is because the fuel pump has a . check valve that is supposed to keep fuel from running back into tank and hold fuel at pressure so it will start immediately. If valve leaks it takes awhile for fuel to be pumped back up to injectors. Replacing fuel pump fixed my problem.
Posted on Mar 24, 2009
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