Question about Chevrolet 1500
You need to find the fuel filter under the vehicle, and take it off.
it will have an arrow on it indicating the flow.
(put it to your lips and blow thru it) Bend over when you do this so the fuel goes on the ground and not on you ! if there is any resistance (at all)
buy a new filter and try that. 99% of the time that is the problem. plugged fuel filter. if there is no resistance and you blow fuel out very easy , you have fuel pump issue , or fuses that are bad.
check the fuses first if you have an electric fuel pump.
Posted on Jul 31, 2010
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