my 1995, 1500 GMC SLE won't fire up.

Asked by Nov 16, 2013 at 07:03 PM about the GMC Sierra 1500

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

it turns over but won't fire up.

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So it cranks, but won't start? Check your fuel pressure, and for ignition for spark.

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Check Ignition module Napa part TP58

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Mine was doing the same thing. I have a 95 sierra z71. I pulled the steering column apart and moved the wires going to the ignition, now it starts. Every now and then it will do it again, so I just reach sown and jiggle the wires going to the ignition. This makes me believe that the ignition is going out or has gone out. I priced tge ignition on lmctruck.com and its not too expensive. I hope this helps with your truck

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