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Truck won't fire

All of the sudden my truck will turn over fine, but will not fire. It has plenty of fuel. I can't find any loose wires, or anythig missing. Am I having a problem with the EFI? OR should I start looking somewhere else? I don't drive the truck that often and it has sat for about 2-3 weeks. Last time I used it everything worked perfect.

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  • atowinram May 11, 2010

    Do you have pressure to the fuel rail and spark past the coil? There are lots of possibilities, but I'll need to know that to steer you in the right direction...the problem could be anything from high pressure pump, to fuel & EEC relays, TFI module, or ECM. BTW, please list the engine specs too. Thanks!

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Pls change the spark plug and check it

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