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My 92 s10 is not getting fire. iv replaced the ignition control modle, coil, map sensor, rotor button, distributer cap. it will run fine if i push start it so its not in the fueling, any ideas?

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Starter relay in the fuse box under hood.

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check the key swtich or just have it replaced

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SOURCE: s10 pickup after warming up truck starts missing

You might have computer problems.

Does the check engine light come on when it starts to miss?


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SOURCE: 1987 chevy s10 will not run. changed weak fuel

The problem is fuel related. Disconnect the fuel line to see if fuel is reaching the carb.

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SOURCE: My 2000 Chevrolet S10 ZR2,

I have done a full engine replacement on these, a zr2 to be exact. I have found that a p0300 (multiple misfire) usually points the the Piece of **** injection spider, then I had a p0301 as well after replacing that with the multiport unit upgrade and found that the spark plug electrode folded over shorting to the center conductor.

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SOURCE: 1992 chevrolet s10 blazer 4.3L engine, 4WD,

Check the fuel pressure at the fuel rail on top of the engine it should read a minimum of 30 psi if any lower replace the fuel pump, also if you smell a gas odor and the fuel pressure regulator looks wet with gas replace the pressure regulator before the fuel pump. This sounds like a fuel delivery issue.

Posted on Dec 29, 2009

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