Include all info about the state of maintenance. They think it's either the starter or the pcm. Would there be more than one fuel filter in the line? On the list S-10 wasn't listed. If the red button has popped up, you pop it back in to make it work again. Keep discussion friendly, civil, courteous, and professional.
Which are completely seperate circuits. Vapor lock occurs when the liquid fuel changes state from liquid to gas while still in the fuel delivery system. I put the new cap and rotary on and it started right up. We are also happy to advise on how you can save money at the shop. If it starts get some new cables.
Truck has around 125,000 miles and the fuel pump gas was replaced about 80,000 miles ago. Click here' and select the option for Solved and save. If you want to be sure, you will need to test for power and ground at the connector near the tank. The car cranks and the lights come on. I ended up getting a gauge from a friend who was in the gauge business and buying a brass T for it. I may have to check feed to and from the ignition switch.
You might start looking around for possible signs of that, especially near the area where you found the nest. If you are making a Second Opinion post, then please do not name the shops specifically. Is this throttle body injection? Either way, there are some inexpensive heat wraps and shields made for your starter to isolate it from the exhaust heat. Hal Remember the old rule. If this is throttle body injected, which it will be if it is the 5. It wouldn't make much sense to replace the fuel pump or any other unrelated parts, and testing is the only way to know what to do next. Thank you that is the exact link I was looking for.
So I took it to the parts store to have them plug into with the check engine machine yes the light is on but they said it wouldn't work with the truck running. If it does then gas getting there is not the problem,check fuel filter,make sure all fuel lines are secure and not leaking. Do you think the warranty should cover silencing this vibration? This leaves the igntion rotor, cap, or coil as the most likely suspects. Sometimes the relay does not respond when the motor turns. But they didn't think they had the issue resolved, wanted to keep it for another day to make sure the issue was fixed. If so-you have a fuel related problem, Do you hear the fuel pump come On when you turn key on? He thought it could be the computer but did not feel strongly enough that this was the problem to incurre the expense.
It could also be the starter malfunctioning but it is easier to check the cheapest and most accessible components first. I get in in the morning, crank, and it goes. If ok, then pull off the air cleaner and watch to see if the injectors are spraying into the throttle body while someone cranks the engine. They've had it since the last start up, periodically through out the day starting it up, starts every time. Likely either the fuel system or the ignition system. May or may not blow.
They must find where to power stops. I'm going to bring it to the dealer monday however they will make me book an appointment and im sure they wont be able to recreate what happens seems it only happens after the truck sits once warm it starts perfect. I finally caught up with my friend and his cantankerous Chevy truck. I drained the gas and dropped the tank. Good Luck May 03, 2009 ko how much gas ya got? This is exactly what I do when I have one of these trucks that cranks but doesn't start. I have continually suggested a loose wire, as I just had to run lines in my old truck to find the nice loose one to my pcm but not sure what else to do other than sit and wait and hope they fix it.
The fuel can vaporise due to being heated by the engine, by the local climate or due to a lower boiling point at high altitude. Under the cab by the steering shaft, there was a plug. I've suggested a ground or a loose wire, but they're totally dependant on the computer and the codes, can't seem to work on it old school. Got to the point where dumping gas in carb does not work. Don't forget to inspect some of the basics like for example the ignition wires, cap and rotors, etc.