1988 Chevy PU 4wd
Truck will start and run great. BUT, once I shut if off, it won't restart and the engine just sounds like it's flooding. I haven't replaced any parts yet because I'm not sure which one to start with. It acts like it is getting too much gas.
This car has a carb? If yes, there is your problem- carb rebuild or a new carb- your choice-
It does have a carb. It also has a throttle body injector, so I wasn't sure which part the problem might be occurring in. Thanks for any other input you might have.
OK- your truck has a throttle body injection system- that is different than a carburetor- it is a simple form of fuel injection- as you suspect, the engine is probably flooding when you try to restart it warm- this is controlled by an engine management system (computer) but I think the problem could be in your cold start valve- you might have to overhaul the throttle body, they do get worn- if you are getting lower than average gas mileage, that indicates that you are running rich, too much gas going into the engine- take it to a mechanic who knows about TBI- with luck, someone slick might be able to adjust it-
Thank you so much!
make sure one of the injectors arn't stuck open. If you look at them when someone cycles the key on to build fuel pressure (not start but ON) a leaky injector will squirt fuel immediatly
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