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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
you say you replaced the fuse, but does the fuse have power? the gray wire at pump should have power when cranking, or for 2 seconds when turning key on. At fuel pump relay, put power onto gray wire, the pump should run if the wiring is good. if it doenst run then ck for power at fuse while power is on gray wire.
Posted on Oct 19, 2009
u can do the check the other way around/ disconnect the fuel line that supply the injectors/ put the pipe in a small plastic container to see if fuel is being supplied by the pump and avoid fuel spill in ur engine/ crank the engine for at least 5 seconds see if the fuel squirts with pressure/ if it does then ur fuel pump is ok / blockage is somewhere down the fuel line/ u can check fuel lines by blowing it with air but u gonna need the help of an air compressor.....
Posted on Apr 09, 2010
hi, i have seen this problem ten years ago twice, but i was dumbfounded by the answer. all details aside, I replaced the ecm, and never had the problem again with both of them. this repair was a recommended repair by the local truck depot in my town, they stated the ecm got hot along with the truck and it lost the injector sensor signal. now, don't take this solution and run with it, i haven't repaired a 6.2 diesel in ten years and i maybe off track completely. but at least maybe you could ask around your town or maybe a large truck facility about this. of course, you should take to a shop to have diagnosed. hope i could help.
Posted on Jun 07, 2010
SOURCE: I have a 2002 GMC
Clean mass air flow sensor with a nonchlronated brake cleaner,install new air filter and check all vacuum lines for leaks then check for vacuum leak around or at intake manifold.Code P0140 is for mass air flow sensor code P0300 is a multiple misfire which more than likely is a vacuum leak possibly intake manifold gaskets leaking.
Posted on Apr 12, 2011
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