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1998 gmc v 6 new coil and pump no fire or gas it stoped

New coil an pump

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Are you getting power to the coil and the fuel pump relay ?

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SOURCE: I Have a 1998 GMC savana cargo van turns over but

have you tried resetting computer, hot wire off battery for5 mins or so

Posted on Aug 11, 2009

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SOURCE: 2000 GMC Jimmy

Check your fuel regulator on also check your injectors - if you have a CSFI injection system you may want to replace it with a MFI upgrade kit. Trust me. - CSFI sucks

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SOURCE: 02 gmc sanoma turns over but doesn't fire I

Check to see if you have compression on all cylinders. If you don't, replace the timing chain/belt. If you do check the ignition relay and fuse panel for blown fuses.

Posted on Oct 11, 2010

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SOURCE: 2004 gmc jimmy, tried to start fired twice didnt

Check the ECM/BAT fuse. this fuse controls the ECM and the fuel injection circuit. If the fuse is ok, you need to check for voltage at the spark plug. Pull the #1 spark plug. If the cylinder is getting fuel the plug will be wet with gasoline. Put the spark plug wire back on the plug. Now crank the starter and look for a spark from the spark plug electrode. If you can let me know what you find from these tests, I can help you determine the next course of action.

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SOURCE: 1999 surburban won't start getting gas and fire.

my 1999 chevy suburban will start with starter fluid bbut wont stay running already replaced coil,rotor on distribitor,and oil pump cant seem to figure it out any ideas

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1999 jimmy 4.3 has compression, new fuel pump, filter, complete spider all new from dist cap and rotor ing md,wires plugs ,gapped rigth. timed right, new crank sensor cranks , no fire will not run


check make sure you have 5 volts at crank sensor with ignition sw. on. if voltage is not present then check power to your ecm. you need to back probe ecm pin the check power source at ecm. ALL DATA.COM is a good source you need to pay to get the data you need.

Nov 06, 2013 | 1999 GMC Jimmy

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1998 GMC, it is getting fire and they fuel pump is pumping but not getting fuel to engine it will run off of gas i pour in carb but quits when it burns out. need help ????


Did u check your fuel filter sounds like it might be clogged.take your fuel line off the side going to the engine then crank the engine to see if fuel comes out of it.

Sep 13, 2013 | 1998 GMC Sierra

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Fuel pump


Testing of the fuel and ignition systems is in order. Intermittent problems need testing when the problem is present, otherwise it won't help find the problem.
I would start by checking for spark on a spark plug wire (or two or three plug wires, in case it may be a bad coil), during those times when it won't start. You need to see a blue, snapping spark to verify ignition system is working.
To check the fuel system, have the fuel pressure checked, and the injector circuit checked. Good that you hear the pump, but you don't know if fuel pressure is correct, or if fuel is getting into the cylinders. One short test is to spray starting fluid or carb cleaner into the intake while engine is cranking. If engine fires up for a few seconds, you know it is a gas related problem.
If ignition system is the intermittent problem, could be failing coil or coils, ignition module, crank position sensor, even the computer, or a wiring problem like a bad connection. Testing of each component will be required, or you could start throwing new parts at it, like many people do, until you find the bad part. Find a reputable mechanic-there still are a few, lol.

Jul 30, 2013 | 1998 GMC Sierra

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Turns over but won't fire the motor.Getting gas,new coil,new distributer,still won,t fire.o


Did you do a tune up on the vechicle? Does it sound like it wants to start? It could be the spark plugs.

Nov 27, 2010 | 1993 GMC Sierra

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1998 gmc sierraSl 2500 turns over and over have replaced plugs wires coil ignition module distributor cap rotor button no luck getting fuel smell it


listen to see if you can hear the fuel pump running in feul tank. if running then check electronic fire box to make sure it it not loose,if loose it will not be grounded good and will not run or run bad(back-fireing

Sep 18, 2010 | 1998 GMC Sierra

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Wont start no fire


Sounds like fuel pump

Jan 09, 2010 | 1998 GMC Sierra

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I have a 98 jimmy 4.3liter v-6. I have changed


Suspect the crankshaft/camshaft sensor may be bad which controls timing of both spark and injector firing. The check engine light should be on--rent a scanner, read any codes and pursue to repairs. Hope you installed the new distributor exactly as the old one.

Nov 15, 2009 | 1998 GMC Jimmy

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Car wont Fire up / start / ran perfect


ignition coil could be hold ur petal down to the floor after pumping it a few times let the gas get there see what happens

Aug 25, 2009 | 1998 Ford Mustang

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Driveing and truck stoped running,,replaced fuelpump and filter,,got a bad pump and replaced it again,,truck would still not start so I checked spark,,,had a bad cap due to ear on desterbitor...


check to see if you're getting spark from coil into distrubitor. if you replaced al those, the only thing i can think is it's the coil.

Mar 07, 2009 | 1998 GMC Sonoma

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1998 GMC JIMMY won't start, fuel pump not humming, below zero


The Fuel Pump is Inside the Tank and you have a Relay in the Fuse Distribution Block under the Hood for the Fuel Pump. Try these first and let me Know what you get!

Jan 21, 2009 | 1998 GMC Jimmy

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