Question about Chevrolet Silverado 1500
Check the starter and selenoid!
Posted on Oct 17, 2013
Check fuel injection line, pressure relief valve on it, may have air in it.press schraeder valve to see if air or fuel comes out. fuel,....ok.
Posted on Oct 17, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 1999 chevy blazer wont start
THE FUEL PUMP IS BAD.
if your losing fuel pressure after the pump runs the drain back valve in the pump has failed.
and i doubt that you are seeing enough fuel pressure to run a vortec engine.
low fuel pressure equals a non running vortec
Posted on Apr 11, 2009
replcace filter? ,you say you have good pressure.have you checked your pressure with a guage? i had pressure but not enuff,really 96 4.3 vortex needs to be pretty high(check requierments at parts store) fuel pump is in the tank, cheapest one @ 235.00
Posted on Dec 18, 2010
Generally when you run into vehicles like this, it's a good idea to go back and start at the beginning. Fuel - Spark - Compression
I don't all of what you tested and how you tested it, so I'm just going to list what I would do and maybe you'll see something you missed.
Fuel: Check for pressure at the fuel rail. Should generally be 40-50psi for fuel injected engines. Check the power feed to the injectors with the key on. Disconnect the injector plugs and you should see @12v (or whatever you battery voltage is) at one side of the plug. The other side of the plug should switch on and off to ground while the engine is cranking.
Spark: First and foremost check for spark at the end of the wires either using a spark tester or a spark plug held against the block (careful to stay insulated, ignition bites hurt a bit). Also verify your ignition timing is correct.
Compression: Make sure you have good compression on all cylinders by running a compression test.
If you have all of these things, you should be able to start (or at least sputter a bit).
Feel free to ask more questions if none of this helps.
Posted on Oct 23, 2011
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