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On my 99 chevy blazer i have replaced the fuel pump, some sensors, put all new o rings on the spider and replaced a vacume hose and a used fuel presser regualator and it just crancks oh yes and a new batier buy now my new batier is dead so we are charging it . What would drain my new battier?
YOU PROBERLY DRAINED THE BATTERY TRYING TO START IT. CHECK TO SEE IF YOU HAVE SPARK AT PLUGS
Posted on Dec 15, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Before spending several hundres on a fuel pump, I recommend doing a fuel pressure test. You can get a test gauge pretty cheap at a parts store. If the pump is junk, you raise the truck, lower the fuel tank, unplug the electronics from the pump at the top of the tank, then with a hammer and flat head scrwedrive, gently tap the lock ring in a counter clockwise direction until it pops off. Pull the pump assembly out and install the new one. Reverse directions to install.
Posted on Jun 02, 2009
The rubber ring goes between the tank and the pump/sending unit flange. There should be a nothc on the tank and a corresponding tab on the flange of the pump unit, to ensure correct orientation. Set the lock ring over the flange, and tap in clockwise with a NON_SPARKING drift. The ring will cam lock into place.
Posted on Jul 19, 2009
you can buy a chilton or haynes manual at a parts store, or on ebay. Sometimes on ebay they sell the diagrams that are emailed to you in an ebook as well..
Posted on Sep 20, 2009
SOURCE: 1994 chevy blazer new
So you have fuel to the fuel rail. Do you have spark to the plugs? Pull #1 spark plug boot and see if it will arc about one quarter of an inch to the exhaust manifold bolt or stud.If no spark or a weak one is present then replace the coil. If yes then all we half to do is bring the two of them together ( meaning spark and fuel ) at the same time. disconnect battery and bring #1 cylinder up to TDC on the damper pully timing marks on the compression stroke.Once this is established remove the distributor cap and observe which tower on the cap the rotter is pointing at. It should be pointing at #1 tower.If not remove distributor and reinstall to #1 tower. Tighten distributor bolt to just to a snug fit to allow you to be able to rotate the distributor in eigther direction. Then turn the body of the distributor ( counter clockwise ) just so it is about a hair before #1 tower then stop.Now turn the rotter by hand ( clockwise ) to see if it will move in that direction all the way past #1 tower ,then release it to go back to its propper position. then all is well and the motor should fire right up. Finish up with timing light.And then tighten the distributor bolt down some more.I hope you find this helpfull.If you do then please give me a good rating. If you do not find this helpfull then give me a good rating anyway. Ha Ha Have a good XMASS.
Posted on Dec 14, 2010
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