truck is cranking but not firing over

Asked by Mar 10, 2015 at 11:48 PM about the 1995 Chevrolet Blazer 4 Door LT 4WD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I have replaced the ignition control module coil cap rotor plugs and wires I
have also replaced the fuel lines fuel injector and fuel regulator the vehicle is
cranking but not firing over it is getting fuel to the injector so what else
woupd cause the vehicle to not fire over

4 Answers

98,385

No injector pulse, too low compression, valve timing incorrect, bad ECM or wiring. Assuming that everything you have already installed is in operational order.

It was throwing a code for misfire and burning too rich I pulled the plenum manifold off and had fuel in the manifold so thats why I replaced the fuel lines injector and everythin under the plenum

98,385

Double check your work, it is really easy to leave off a ground or sensor wire.

It was running before I changed the fuel lines and evrything but now all it does is crank is there somethin I may be missing can any of the sensors cause it to just crank?

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