Question about 1994 Chevrolet S-10 Blazer
My truck will not start I replaced the air idle control motor because I was told it was sticking I was able to start the truck after several attempts. The following day the truck would not start at all. You can hear the fuel pump, also had the fuel filter replaced still the not starting. Now I am being told it is the fuel regulator, not sure ?
You need to check the fuel pressure before you spend more $$ on a new regulator. it should be about 60psi give or take.
one thing you can try is to pinch off the return line and see if it runs if so its the reg.
hope this helped you out
PS the pressure gauge is about 20 to 25$ and will just screw on the fuel rail and you should have one with a bleed off so you can check flow
Posted on Jul 25, 2009
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