Question about 1994 Chevrolet S-10 Blazer
I just put a new fuel pump in my neighbor's Blazer and the truck will not start. I can spray starting fluid into the intake and it will fire for a few seconds but then dies. I have verified that there is fuel at the manifold but have not verified the pressure. The wires from the pump to the top of the sending unit were melted and the plug on the fuel pump was melted. I can hear the pump running when the truck is turned over but the truck just won't start.
Check the fuel pressure there may be a block at the regulator also check the amp draw on the fuel pump, a short to ground could be the source of your problems with the melted wiring
Posted on Jul 24, 2009
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