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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
check to see that you have fuel all the way to the engine.to do this: pull the fuel pump fuse and, crank the engine a few times to releive pressure then open the fuel line, cover it with a rag for safety then: replace the fuse and, crank the engine just for a second or, two if no fuel comes out it's another fuel filter probably on the truck frame rail that is the problem or, low pressure from the fuel pump
Posted on Apr 21, 2009
Inspect the belts for any carbon build up (It will look like specs of glassy residue), cracking, or for proper tension. If it tends to go away at a certain rpm or after a bit of driving I'd say it's definitly a belt.
You could try to figure out what belt it is by sitting in your driveway and idling while you turn the wheels (Powersteering belt) or turn on the A/C (A/C belt). Do you notice any lose of power? This could point to the main belt that winds its way around most of the engine.
Hope this helps!
Posted on Jul 07, 2009
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