Question about Chevrolet S 10
Check your wire harness to the affected cylinders to make sure they are not shorted to power causing the injectors to stay open flooding the cylinders ! Its also possible that they are bad and need to be replaced ! Start by unplugging the affected cylinders injectors and see if it continues - if it does the injectors are stuck open - if not aquire a noide light and plug it in to the affected cylinder injector plug and turn key on - the light should be off - if its on then you have a short to power in the harness or pcm driver for the ijectors ! Start by tracing the harness back to bulk head or pcm if in engine compartment and inspect for a damaged harness !
Posted on Mar 14, 2011
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