Question about 2002 GMC Safari
If it is a V6 fuel injected then either your injector heads and fuel lines may be clogged, go by a container of cleaning fluid for your injector heads, not the one for fuel lines. The one for injector heads will clean both. just pour it into your gas tank and let it sit for five mins then start your vehicle and run for five more mins. Let me know if this solves your problem.
Posted on Dec 30, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Most of them ,you squeeze the bulk head ,the connector and pull,and wiggle them off,but they still use the ones it takes a tool to remove the lines,they are not expensive,and are available at the parts store,if they are plastic,then they more than likely squeeze to remove,but still are difficult to remove
Posted on Jun 06, 2010
take starter off and check directly with battery, but sounds like battery from symptoms
Posted on Mar 29, 2013
Better have the fuel pressure checked for starters. Even though the pump comes on, your fuel pressure might be too low. Lots of GM vehicles are finicky about proper fuel pressure, especially at start up. It could be a weak pump or failed fuel pressure regulator-a pressure test will sort it all out.
Posted on Sep 18, 2013
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