Question about Chevrolet Silverado 1500
Your fuel pump runs for a few seconds when you turn the ignition is turned on because the fuel pressure naturally eases off when the engine is stopped, it runs until it gets to>< 30PSI and kicks off. This is normal, you know that fuel is reaching the injector line. On some engines there is a solenoid that has to trigger before fuel can go into the fuel lines for the injectors. If this solenoid isn't firing the computer will detect it and shut off the ignition. Look for some kinda solenoid or gadget where your fuel line come up in front of the fire wall. It should be close to where the fuel line splits off to go to each bank. Hope it;s a wire come unplugged and easy fixed. dhgill1949
Posted on May 22, 2011
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