Question about 1999 Chevrolet Silverado 1500
While driving down the road the truck just stopped running. I had someone take a look, and the fuelpump seemd to be working. New starter, not the battery, just will not start. Seems like its not getting fuel. Does anyone know what could be wrong?
Hello my name is nick i had the same exact proplem i was pulling into the driveway and it just died it would turn over but not start i put my finger on the spark plug i i got shocked i figured it was getting spark so i ghot a manifoled (did not work) i had my michanic come over he put a dummy spark plug in it and if it gets enough spak it will light up and it did not
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Posted on Sep 24, 2009
Had a chevy that did this suggest you look at the connection between the engine block and the ground, I found it loose where it connnected to the firewall, tightened the screw....no more problems
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