Question about Chevrolet Avalanche
Well your fuel pump may have been damaged by having been run dry, or the fuel filter might be restricted by debris that may have gotten sucked into it from the gas tank. or there may be an air bubble in the fuel line that does not allow more fuel to reach the engine if you really let it run empty. Unscrew the wingnut holding the air filter lid on a little bit and pour a little gasoline into the "cup" in the center of the lid. Then try to start it. Please post comments if further you have the same problem.........
Posted on Feb 04, 2010
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