Question about 1998 Chevrolet C/K 3500
G.M.s do not have a reset button.You will have to see if your getting fuel or spark at the plugs.What you can do if you don`t have a fuel pressure tester is spray carb.cleaner into the throttle body and see if it starts and runs for a few seconds.If it does then it is more than likely the fuel pump.If not then check to see if you are getting spark at the spark plugs.Make sure and check more than one plug.If no spark then check cap and rotor.If those are good then check to see where you could be loosing spark at the ignition coil or the module.Hope this helps.Good luck.
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