Question about 1998 Oldsmobile Bravada
My 1998 Bravada will not start. It turns over but it will not even try to start. Could it be a fuel pump or injector problem. I just filled the gas tank and drove it 1 block. Then it would not even spark or try to start. How do I know if it is a fuel pump or injectors or electrical?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
This impact probably damaged the pump as well. I would try to listen if the fuel pump cycles on when you turn the key to the "ON" or "Run" position if it does not than I would have it replaced.
Posted on Jan 20, 2009
car can't start,there are several factor we can consider in this
case to asssure that car will run normally.have all this check
this mostly parts of your ignition system,checka faulty coil this
give your spark plug sufficient current to burn and produce
compression.your conderser must be check also if this was
busted,your contact point must be clean,the high tension wire
should be check also replace faulty wirng,check particular
timing,and replace busted spark plug.
Posted on Apr 17, 2009
SOURCE: fuel problem
Check your fuel pressure at the Shredder valve, you should have 60PSI to 65PSI. If you have less then that or more then that your going to have problems with your fuel injection system. The other thing to is to check your fuel pressure regulator. Hook up the fuel pressure gauge and turn the ignition switch to the run position to activate the fuel pump. Once the pump stops pressurizing the fuel line wait and see if your losing the fuel pressure excessively. If you are then your may have a bad regulator and it's leaking internally. The other thing to is may be a bad fuel pump, The good news is the fuel pump in the sending unit in your bravada can be replaced rather then the whole unit. If it is the fuel pump, Buy a heavy duty pump to install to your sending unit. Don't have them sell you the whole unit, pump alone is around average $60.00 other then the whole unit for $230.00. Good luck and keep me posted, be glad to help
Posted on Jun 10, 2009
You need to relieve the fuel pressure, Gain access to the fuel rail, should be 4 or 5 bolts holding the fuel rail on... once you accessed and removed the fasteners, carefully pull up on the railon aboth sides.. a little wd may help release the injector seals, and you definitely wanna replace the lower o-rings... be careful liining the injectors up when u install the rail
Posted on Sep 14, 2009
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