Question about 1994 Chevrolet C/K 3500
Its the fuel cut off valve locate on top of the fuel injector pump. shape like cylinder
to test it remove it from the pump.plug back wire turn the key on.but (don;t start) the black rubbber should pull back. if not it broke.Auto sale $278.00
Posted on Nov 24, 2011
I have a 94 K2500 that was doing the same thing until it stopped one day and wouldn't start. I disconnected the harness from the PMD and plugged it into my backup PMD, one I still had mounted on the side of the pump. Started right up. I checked several other things and it came back to the PMD. I installed a new PMD and have driven it a couple hundred miles. The jerking as you described has completely disappeared! The cruise control works great up and down hills. The jerking must have been the first symptom of the PMD failing. My truck is running great!
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