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1987 k5 blazer sometimes wont start unless i give it a quick shot of ether

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Its time for a new fuel pump . The check ball in the fuel pump that holds the residual pressure you need to start up the vehicle is defective.

Posted on May 04, 2010

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I have a 1987 k5 blazer was coming home and check eng. light came on and started to sputter the next morning the fuel pump would not come on and it wont start??


first ... look in the fuse panel.. in the engine compartment near the battery for the fuel pump relay.... replace that... if still no sound from the fuel pump it has likely failed. use a meter to test for voltage at the fuel pump.... or use a car battery to apply voltage to the fuel pump directly... if it starts up the issue is elsewhere. to replace the fuel pump you will likely need to drop the fuel tank.

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