Question about 2003 Chevrolet Malibu
I have a 1990 gmc truck 5.7 liter. This engine was rebuilt 10K ago. It was running fine smooth and trouble-free until I went to put an airaid throttle body spacer and airaid intake system to enhance power. I followed instructions precisely. When I went to start it up it wouldn't start. Went through and checked everything. Still won't start. Took off throttle body spacer and new intake system, put everything back to stock. Still won't start. One thing I noticed is that I had some oil on my right valve cover. I noticed Pcv valve had come half way out of valve cover. I pushed it back down. Is it possible that pcv could be stuck and pressure pushed it up? Would this cause failure to start? Could an electronic unit on throttle body have failed? Thank you in advance. Hoping to take the kids camping this week.
PVC simply recycles the blow by gases. You have either blown a fuse, or your fuel pump is not delivering gas to the motor.
Posted on Jun 29, 2009
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