My chevy silverado isn't getting any gas I put gas in it and I can barley get it to turn over. What do I need to do

Asked by Jan 04, 2015 at 08:08 PM about the 2003 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 LS Ext Cab Long Bed 2WD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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121,065

Barely get it to turn over? Meaning when you turn the key it turns over really slow? If so check battery voltage. But if when you turn the key it turns over normally but does not start. Then check fuel pressure at fuel rail.

Ya I can barely get it to turn over at all and ya Ur goes very slow and I checked the battery connection and it's good.

Like when I can get it started it won't idle worth crap I have to hold don't the gas pedal to keep it alibe but even with me holding down the gas pedal it will stI'll die

121,065

Ok sounds like your battery may have low voltage. Check battery voltage and have it fully charged if it's low. If in USA and don't have a battery charger auto zone will charge it for free. It only takes about forty five minutes for a full charge. But if in a hurry might try to jump start it. But if battery to dead it might not even jump start.

121,065

Ok so it will start but just won't stay running.

Ya it takes along time before I can get it to start and I just bought this battery like a month ago and we did jump and it didn't do much of difference I have charged the battery I was thinkin that I might have to clean out the fuel filter and that might work

121,065

I would check fuel pressure at the fuel rail. If in USA auto zone will loan you what you need to do this. Small deposit may be required

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