I have a 93 chevy silverado 1500 5.7 . Truck started dying and after 30 min would start again untill it warmed up and then would die again. Have 117 miles on it. Have replaced fuel pump, Oxygen sensor

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Asked by Jul 05, 2015 at 03:17 PM about the Chevrolet Silverado 1500

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19,840

Did you replace the fuel filter also ?

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May be clogged catilac converter,does this when they heat up.

19,840

Thought that to T_S_T but seeing they say it starts right back up a clogged converter would have to set for a bit to let it cool off before it starts again. I think that is a question to ask Impulse _902 does the vehicle start right back up after cutting off or do you have to wait a few minutes before starting again ?

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Yes. The first thing I changed was the oxygen sensor Had a code # 13. Still had same issue. But then it will not start. Could get it to turn over and run, As long as I had my foot in it. Then changed the fuel pump. Still. same prob. I am not getting fuel to the tbi. Tested fuel relay works fine. Replaced IAC. Following instructions and reset emc. Still will only start and run if I have my foot in it. Am also having white smoke comming from both tail pipes while I do have it started and can smell fuel really strong. Tested the map sensor No difference. Except I did get a code # 34. Reset system Now only code # 12. Dont think its the map. Have also checked all fuel fuses and I am getting spark from the coil and cylindersIm stumped. I hope I do not have to check the fuel pump pressure. Its new, And I can hear both relay and pump working. I really dont think its the cad, I had duel exhaust put on a bout a yr ago.It Has really got me stumped.

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I have also changed the in line fuel filter .

19,840

If you you have to hold the gas pedal to the floor to keep it running I am going to agree with T_S_T have your catalytic converter checked

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Straight pipes no converter. My b friend just reminded me of that. its duel exhaust.

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