Question about 1994 Chevrolet S-10
Have you checked the injectors (depending on modle) or the needle in the carb to make sure it's not sticking. If you have the carb model, pour about I/2 cup of gas into the air intake, assuming you have taken it off first, stand well back and turn over the engine. If it fires up, then dies, the carb needle is out, Take the top off the carb and you should see where the needle has been wearing against the carb, you can buy replacement needles for a few cents. if it's the inj model, it's a specialist job to clean the jets out, so you dont damage them, to only cost you more in the lng rn. be careful what ever you do. Regards Dave
Posted on Aug 03, 2009
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