Question about 1999 Chevrolet Suburban
I have a 1999 chevy suburban c1500 4wd, the other day while my husband was driving it died. Checked it and it was out of oil. After filling with oil, ran fine for a day. Went to start the next morn and just turned over but wouldn't start. Got it to start after a while of pumping the gas, now this morning it won't start again. Checked the fuel pump and oil are fine.
If it has a vortech V8 It has to have the right fuel PSI or it won't start. Also pick up in distributor could be causeing problem. Cross over style distributor cap also can cause problem. Out of oil? Fuel pressure regulator where found inside the intake manifold with injector cluster, if fuel psi regulator goes bad could be leaking fuel in intake causing oil to get deluted and burn.
Posted on Jul 28, 2009
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