Question about 1996 Chevrolet Caprice Classic
We just got a 1994 chevy caprice classic which hasn't been used in 3-4 years and just sat in the driveway... the car doesn't start and a friend thought it might be an air bubble in the fuel line... how would we get it out?
You would not. All air in a fuel line will come out when the fuel pump is pressurized. I assume you have tried pumping the gas pedal? Also try depressing the pedal halfway down when you try to start it, if not press all the way down and try. You may have bad gas in the line or a blown fuse for the pump. It is very likely that the pump may be bad. But there should not be any issues with air in the line. You could possibly also have bad fuel injectors.
Posted on Jun 21, 2009
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