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Engine would not start after shut down check fuse,relay seems to be good change fuel pump and getting power to pump not building up any pressure from fuel bleeder,coil has good spark(blue) when i prim

No fuel pressure on 01 blazer 4.3 vortex

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  • jadamike May 24, 2009

    did not change filter yet ,but will get back and let you know. thanks

  • jadamike May 25, 2009

    fuel pump is not pumping ,chaned filter ,fuel relay, oil pressure switch, fuel pump is new

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You either have a clogged filter or a bad fuel pump.

Posted on May 24, 2009

  • jon fuller May 25, 2009

    is the fuel pump turning on? if so bet you might have gotten a bad pump.

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