Question about 1998 Chevrolet K1500
Ive had the same problem. turn the key and listen for the fuel pump. if you can hear it. good. next take the ignition control moduel off the truck. it's located above the coil pack on the passenger side and is not much bigger than your thumb. they cost about $85 or so at autozone. you may even be able to get yours tested. when i tryed to get mine tested we had to go by the paint mark because they were missing the harness. look for a paint mark on the back from the factory. it is either yellow or white. when they burn up the paint color changes from one to the other. the replacements don't have that.
Posted on Oct 12, 2009
CHECK THE DISTRIBUTER CAP AND COIL FIRST.IF THEY'RE O.K THEN MAKE SURE THE FUEL PUMP RUNS.NEW CAP AND ROTOR ARE THE USUAL FIX,BUT WHEN THE FUEL PUMP QUITS,THERE IS NO FIX BUT CHANGE THE PUMP.
Posted on Oct 08, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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