1995 gmc silverrado poping back firing nosie when apllying gas

Asked by Jul 10, 2014 at 09:34 PM about the GMC Sierra 1500

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

when i step  on gas  engine will backfire really bad and  no  reaction from applying gas
just  feeling like its gonna stall and pop pop pop sounds ,.,when i let off gas it runs fine
apply gas hard again dies nothing and bad backfiring  noise again all seems to do it when
it heats up,, so i changed the fuel filter and fuel pump and its still doing it , some one
please help this is driving me nutts and money :)

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Check your throttle position sensor on your carb if it's carburated it's a lil black square piece on the passenger side it's like 20 bucks max at auto zone

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its a throttle body

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