Question about 2002 Chevrolet S-10
Checked firing order and wires all good. do you think it could be the fuel pump?
Install a fuel pressure gauge. Key on engine off it should build close to 60psi and back off a few lbs. It should hold steady and not drop off. If it does drop off, replace the pump. Engine running at idle, it should be reading right around 52-54 psi. The engine will barely start/run at 50 psi.
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