Truck died and won't start

10

Asked by Jan 21, 2015 at 10:02 AM about the Chevrolet C/K 1500

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Fuel pump is pressuring the fuel rail
you can hear the fuel pump but it
won't start . i can put gas in through
the breather and it will start what
seems to be my problem on my 2000
chevy 4.3l truck

5 Answers

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is it carberated or fuel injected

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Its a 2000 chevy 4.3 l truck I'm thinking fuel injected but it has some type of carbarator

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does it say EFI on the top of the engine

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I don't think so i am not near it but if this helps it has a pressured fuel rail and i pulledof the breather tube andput gas in it that's how i got it started

200

Its called a throttle body and just because you can hear the fuel pump running doesn't mean its good it has to have a certain amount of pressure to push fuel through the injectors that engine has a check valve borrow a fuel pressure gauge and check your fuel pressure

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