Question about 2001 Chevrolet Silverado 1500
Will not start, turns over but no go. Replaced in line fuel filter fuel relay fuse, module at rotor cap, fuel pump is working. It is as if it is imobilized in some way?
First determine if spark or fuel problem. Try spray starting fluid. If it fires at all, then you know it is a fuel problem. Or try inductive timing light to check if there is spark. Seems most likely to be ignition module or distributor pickup. But you can take each in for free check at most parts places like Car Zone.
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