Question about 2001 Chevrolet S-10
Well its not missing because of your ignition. So ya gotta find the vacuum leak . First scann ECU for codes.
Conduct an injector balance test ( or have a shop do it ) to determine whether all injectors are firing and how much fuel they are firing.
Next do a cylinder leakage test to determine which cylinder has a vacuum leak.
Lastly conduct a visual inspection of the air intake port as well as the Mass air flow sensor. Clean and test Mass Air Flow sensor by the book. Most of the time this sensor leaves a code. Good luck
Posted on Aug 20, 2010
Replace your dist. cap.
Posted on Aug 03, 2010
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