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My chevy 1500 hd will not start it is not the battery or the starter what could be the problem

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  • joey SHADELL Mar 19, 2009

    i changed transmission and it kicked off the first time afterinstallation but the clutch was'nt right so i killed it. adjusted the clutch but it wont turn over now.

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Check the fuel pump

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