Well I was driving the other day pulled into the gas
station and the truck died on me. The fuel pump
was not working in either tanks. So I replaced the
pump in the front tank and filter. Still the truck
won't run. I decided to replace the coil and checked
all spark plugs and everything is fine. Also checked
the timeing chain and still doesn't work. I am
stumped and would like any ideas of what to do as
it is my only vehicle.
Also i replaced all spark plugs and a new pressure regulator and still won't start have spark to all plugs don't know what else injectors maybe?
U need to troubleshoot and identify the problem, not replacing parts by guessing. Check for fuel pressure at the rail and that will tell u if fuel system is ok. U already checked spark so that's not it. Do a compression test if all that checks out check exhaust system such as catalytic converters. Did u get a check engine light?
I have fuel pressure at the rail but read somewhere that maybe the sellector switch is bad I have checked everything else I don't have much exhaust it got ripped off so the o2 sender isn't hooked up and that makes my check engine light come on when it finally warms up I'll do a compression test today or tomorrow
If u have fuel pressure at the rail, u can forget about the selector switch, that's only if u were not getting fuel pressure at the rail. So it's nit a fuel issue. Now let's mive in to the next step, ur compression test. Why is ur o2 sensor disconnected
O2 semnsor got ripped off with the exhaust but has been that way for years and doesn't run any different get a crappy fuel mileage but that's it still runs good. Would the o2 sensor have something to do with it not turning over and would clearing the code help becaus that check engine light does come on after about 10 minutes of driving if not warm. If I let it warm up then about 6 minutes goes by then it comes on. Show quoted text Your message to no- firstname.lastname@example.org couldn't be delivered. no-reply wasn't found at community.cargurus.com. jarrettjohns16 Office 365 no-reply Action Required Recipient Unknown To address How to Fix It The address may be misspelled or may not exist. Try one or more of the following: Send the message again following these steps: In Outlook, open this non-delivery report (NDR) and choose Send Again from the Report ribbon. In Outlook on the web, select this NDR, then select the link "To send this message again, click here." 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O2 semnsor got ripped off with the exhaust but has been that way for years and doesn't run any different get a crappy fuel mileage but that's it still runs good. Would the o2 sensor have something to do with it not turning over and would clearing the code help becaus that check engine light does come on after about 10 minutes of driving if not warm. If I let it warm up then about 6 minutes goes by and the check engine light pops up.
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