Question about 1996 Chevrolet C1500
It sounds like you have done everything right sometimes new parts are bad. looks like you should test the icm and coil pack to see if they are ok. i saw the other response you had did you check wires coming to icm. any corrosion or problems from condensation as posted? any indication computer is a problem? did you run a scanner on vehicle? good luck thanks for using fixya
Posted on May 15, 2010
Replace the fuel filter first and inspect your ICM (Ignition Control Module). Faulty ICM will fail when it starts to heat up and the engine will do what you have described.
Start with the simple and replace the fuel filter and have the ICM tested and replaced if it's bad. The wire leads to the ICM is also know to go bad from corrosion due to condensation that forms under the distributor cap.
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