Question about 1998 Chevrolet S-10 Pickup
Check to make sure it is getting fire. You can also hook a pressure gage to the fuel check valve should be near the fuel rail to see if you are getting a good constant fuel pressure. usually fuel problems will let the truck start but not stay running unless you are getting no fuel at all if thats the case it usually means your fuel punp is not working. with your key turned on your fuel pump should be running you can just bleed the check valve to see if you are getting any fuel pressure at all if you are getting none check the fuses and see if you are getting any power to the fuel pump if the fuse is blown then you can try to replace it if it blows again the fuel pump is bad or you have a short somewhere most likely.
Posted on Nov 12, 2010
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