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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Bad fuel pressure regulator. Located on drivers side of engine on fuel rail. Cost of part is around $70. Easy to replace. Buy the part, look at it, find the old one on the engine in the area described above. Pull the vacuum line off of it, if you see any fuel in the vacuum line it's bad. The vacuum line sucks up the fuel flooding the engine. Classic symptoms. Make sure to relieve the fuel pressure prior to removing or let it sit for a couple of hours, or over night. The leak will relieve the pressure over time. Simple clip holds it on, easy to get at. Make sure to remove both "O" rings prior to putting new unit on. Should solve the problem.
Posted on Nov 12, 2008
SOURCE: 1999 chevy suburban misfire
could be one of several things
1) run a compression check, if it low on that cyl then you have a blown head gasket or burnt valve
2) could be the enjector
Posted on Feb 27, 2009
you may not have enough fuel pressure , If it's not the the fuel fiter(under driverside cab on the frame) it may be the fuel pump. ( In the tank)
Posted on Jun 20, 2009
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