Question about Cars & Trucks
You replace parts as part of your preventative
maintenance program,not to solve a problem
When working on a problem only component testing
will find the issues
You need to check for fuel pressure at the motor with a gauge
You check spark with a test plug you buy,not ground a plug
or wire on the vehicle
You can check for compression or cylinder leak down
to test some mechanical issues
I would assume ALL Fuse & links have been checked,as
well as battery voltage 12.6 v or more & cables etc
The ignition switch could be bad,turns starter but not all
the internal contacts are good
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
test and see if you have spark and fuel preasure, you may have bad feul pump, common problem is the fuel pump goes bad, but check before replacing.
Posted on Oct 01, 2009
FUEL PRESSURE MUST BE 62 LBS. OR GREATER OR IT WILL NOT GROUND INJECTORS, IF ITS OK THEN CHECK YOUR GRAY 12V SUPPLY TO PUMP AT CRANK-UP, YOU MAY HAVE A POOR IGNITION SWITCH.
Posted on Nov 26, 2010
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