Question about Chevrolet Silverado 1500
The first test would be the fuelpump, this sounds like the pump is not pump the fuel to injectors, as you said that if you give it fuel into throtlebody it will start. this tells me its not getting fuel and the most common reason is the fuelpump, a quick test that sometimes works is to have someone trying to start it while you beat the bottom of the tank with a rubber hammer, this sometimes shakes the pump and it makes contact and starts truck, if this happens then the pump is bad for sure, if it doesnt start then you will need to test for power and ground at the connector going to pump, this connector is locted neat the tank, you will see wires coming from the top of the tank going to frame, theres the connector to test. good day.
Posted on Apr 10, 2011
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