Question about 1998 Chevrolet S-10 Pickup
Check and see if the Injectors are firing. Disconnect one of the injectors and use a test light and paperclip. Put the paperclip in one of the disconnected injector connectors terminals, clip the testlight to the paperclip. Now touch the tip of the testlight to the other terminal in the same connector DON'T LET THE TWO TOUCH TOGOTHER AT ANY TIME!! Have someone crank the engine the light should blink if so good Now do it to the other three I have seen a bad computer that was only firing two injectors,
If its the computer you cannot just go and buy a used one and pop it in they are programmed to the vehicles VIN # you will go to the Chevy Dealer to have the program uploaded into the PCM in the truck
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Posted on Aug 19, 2008
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