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Check the distributor cap and rotor.... If they look originial or if there's any moisture inside the cap, replace both of them.
Make sure that if you do replace them that theres no moisture in the distributor before putting new parts in.
Posted on Oct 21, 2013
Check the fuel pump relay , or maybe you have corrosion or exposed wiring in the fuse box that's related to fuel pump Check the fuel return line downstream the gas tank to fuel rail Test the fuel pump with electrical tester from fuel pump relay In the fuse box, get someone to crank the engine while test The 12 volt in fuel pump relay, it should continue the 12 volt while You cranking Check fuel injectors pulsing by special noid led tester Should one wire ground and the other is pulse from the ECM trust me just follow those things ,and your truck will start normal
Posted on Oct 21, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: hard start
Its your fuel pump.I had the same plomblem not too long ago.I was spraying either in to start it.I have a 97 chevy truck witch requires 65 psi to start and 55 to run properly.You need to find out much psi you need to start it.You can probaly look in your manual or just make a few calls.My truck had 55 psi and it ran fine i just had to get it running first.Good luck.I wonder if that fuel pressure regulator was a waste of time like it was for me.
Posted on Nov 25, 2008
My suggestion to this is to check the basics. Check fuel pressure and check spark during crank. There is no quick answer for a no start condition. You always have to start by checking the basics. An engine with no spark or fuel will not start every time.
Posted on Feb 06, 2009
probaly a fuel pump its common for vehicles to do that the best thing to do next is a fuel pressure check to verifiy its the pump
Posted on Apr 15, 2009
2 possible problem come to mind:
Posted on May 12, 2009
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