Question about 1994 Chevrolet Silverado 2500
Must be a glitch in the system, I was never notified as it is supposed to.
Based on your last post, clean the new plugs and dry them out. It may even help to heat them using an open flame (away from the fuel). Thereafter wipe clean the sooth/burnt marks. Make sure all the plugs are firing. Since it is a carb/central injector, once fuel comes out of the carb, rev the engine while choking/releasing the cover over the mouth of the carb. The idea is for the engine to **** into the manifold any debris that may have lodged inside the carb jets seemingly cleaning the insides of the carb.
Posted on Aug 09, 2008
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