Question about 1999 Chevrolet Silverado 1500
DO NOT USE THIS COMPANY http://www.pointaengineering.com/main.sc Because they are a fraudulent company! The sensor they provide does absolutly nothing. I tried it and nothing changed in the way my vehicle ran.
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Posted on Jun 13, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Flex Fuel sensor Truoble Code
If your flex fuel sensor is bad there is a product on the market that is a much better alternative compared to purchasing a new sensor for over $600 or even a used one for typically around $300. The product is called a Flex Fuel Sensor Replicator made by T&S Electronics and can be purchased off their website www.tandselectronics.com. The cost of the Replicator is $150 and it is very simple to install. In fact, your old flex fuel sensor stays in place so you don't have to mess with your fuel line. The wiring from the original flex fuel sensor is hooked up to the Replicator which sends an electronic signal to your engine control unit that "replicates" the signal the ECU would get from the original FFS when you are burning standard unleaded gasoline containing up to 10% ethenol.
The only limitation present with the Replicator installed is that you can no longer burn E85 or other alternate fuels (no big deal for most people). And, as an advantage you should see a 1-2 mpg improvement with the Replicator installed.
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Posted on Oct 08, 2008
Yes. First, in the fuse block under the hood check INJ A fuse and INJ B fuse. INJ A fuse is circuit 1039 which feeds the coil. If the fuse is OK, replace the coil electrical connector. I stock 2 of these at my dealership because they are needed quite often.
FYI P1351 is an ignition coil control circuit DTC.
Posted on Sep 01, 2009
Lube points should be: All moving joints in suspension. Ball joints, idler arm, tie rod ends etc. On 4X4's, all universal joints on drive axles (excluding C/V joints... just inspect boots) All slip-joints and "u" joints on driveshafts. Many of these items may not have zirk fittings on them from the factory. If the component has a plug installed, it should be removed & replaced with a fitting. If there is no place for a fitting, when the item wears out, the replacement will have a fitting.
Posted on Dec 22, 2008
You can't jump the connector to get codes on OBD II. (Pre 1996) Try hooking back up you code reader. If it doesn't communicate, check the fuse for the cig lighter. This fuse should also power up the diagnostic plug.
Posted on Mar 09, 2009
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