Question about 1990 Chevrolet C1500
I had the same problem with my 1990 chevy 1500 (350) replaced the plugs and wires no luck. I replaced the fuel pressure regulator, still no luck. So i called my mechanic he said it would either be the map sensore or the coolant temp sensor. I didnt figure the coolant temp sensor would cause my truck to flood but it was a 17 dollar part so i gave it a shot, took 10 seconds to switch it out with a 19mil deep socket. Truck fired up and ran like a top no more flooding. =)
Posted on Nov 20, 2011
I would probaly guess that its the computer ive seen this problem befor in chevy trucks and older model blazers actually ive seen it both ways to where it floods the motor or basically jus quits telling the injectors to quit spraying completely.Hope this helps you out good luck.
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