No head lights,interior lights or fuel pump.turns over but no sta
My 95 astro awd turns over but no start.the head lights,interior lights and fuel pump wont turn on.it happened out of no where,i parked went in for a min,came out and NOTHING.turn turn turn but nothing.
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Re: no head lights,interior lights or fuel pump.turns...
Likely you have repaired this already but: check battery condition and clean both terminals (not on outside, remove them & clean contact points) A bad alternator etc would leave you with some power somewhere!!
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I have a 98 and we just had a cold snap where it was super cold and I didn't start it for about a week. I had just got a new battery because mine tested out bad. Everything was good but now it doesn't want to get fuel. Cleaned all battery and relay connections and it's turning over great and fires with starting fluid but won't start. Guy at Napa said the fuel pump on these are known to not work well in the cold and suggested to warm the tank. I'm parked outside and can't move it to get it inside somewhere. Anyone know of good solution to this fuel pump not working in cold temps issue?
I had a 95 Astro that acted in a similar way. Mine was the fuel pump. I wonder if your ground is loose for the pump circuit or if there is a relay dying on you. Does it act differently with a change from hot to cold weather? A loose ground would do that. You could also have a faulty pump. I heard stories of people getting non-GM approved pumps that failed or had to low a PSI to accurately supply the engine with fuel. Is it getting adequate fuel pressure (50-60 PSI). It should be 60 psi but I was told my 50psi was within GM specs. Mine eventually drank the radiator due to a blown head gasket that no one ever properly diagnosed.
tsb remove dist cap ,clean out breather holes i replaced cap and rotor at the same time. chevy has the problem with the 4.3l astro,s and blazer i have both.fixed the problem when buying the cap and rotor the directions inside will also tell you how to fix