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check your engine oil pressure with a manual gauge, compare it to repair manual specks. if oil pressure is too low and mileage is 80,000 or below you could get by with an oil pump replacement. If miles are lower see if tappets are adjustable and try it. only if oil pressure is good as well. If mileage is higher than 80,000 you may be in the market for an overhaul if oil pressure is low.
can only have computer reset to factory speck witch you can do here's how...... 1 remove positive cable 2 remove the negitive cable 3. hold the two together about 5 sec. 4.turn head light switch on ( with battery disconected) 5. wait 10 mins 6. put cables on 7. then turn head lightrs off then start car and this will reset the computer back to factory settings
The best solution for you would be to visit your library and see if they have a Haynes or Chilton manual that fits your particular vehicle specifications. Or you could visit your friendly Auto parts store and purchase one of the manuals, or go on line and do the same. It would have all of the torque specifications for your vehicle.
there is a fuel pump relay in all of them. The owners manual should have the location. It could very well be bad. There is also a fuse. Do change your fuel filter as well and if needed, check fuel pressure regulator on fuel rail. You can go to autozone.com and register for free online repair manual if you ever want one.
Try a fuel pressure test. I once put a brand new from the dealer fuel pump in a 4.3/ When I had pressure, I then replace the injector spider in the vortec engine, to the tune of 500 bucks. I then found out that 10psi was not enough to engage the injector. It had to be 51psi or better. I replace the pump again and it worked fine. It was a hard and expensive lesson. If you do not have a manual for the vehicle, stop by an Advance and check out a Hayes manual. Section 4 on the first page will give you the specks for the fuel system.