Question about Chevrolet Suburban 1500
1996 Suburban check engine light on. My Mechanic states that it is a bad fuel system, plus it needs a tune up, but fuel pressure test OK. IF I CAN EXPLAIN WHAT HE SAID The original part was plastic and has worn out so the correct amount of fule is not being sent to the fuel system. In order to fix this, they must remove the top part of the engine to get to the fuel system. THE MECHANIC SAID I SHOULD NOT BE DRIVING THIS BECAUSE I will do more damage. cost $1,200.00 and if I just do a tune up it will be a waste of money
MMmm plastic what injectors .. you might need to remove the fuel rail and intake plenum to work ... but theres nothing plastic down below the manifold... if the wrong amount of fuel in an OBD2 car or truck burns too much fuel the oxygen sensor reads it and the computer automatically cuts or leans fuel to the motor through the injectors for the green people .=)
Posted on May 08, 2009
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