I get fuel an spark the fuel pump works i add starting fluid but it still wont start please HELP. Now i have to go to work tomorrow i need HELP PLEASE

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Asked by Feb 16, 2015 at 12:59 AM about the 1997 Chevrolet C/K 2500 Cheyenne Extended Cab LB HD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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THATS A TOUGH ONE CAUSE I GOT A LIST OF THINGS THAT COULD BE WRONG. BEST BET IS TO GO TO A CHEVY FORUM IM SURE THAT WILL HELP YOU OUT MORE

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Where. Is that at i am new to this please help

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These trucks are picked when it comes to fuel pressure. Unless you have it actually tested you can't rule it out. Have your check engine light read just so maybe it gives you an area to look in because simply not starting could be anything. what engine do you have?

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5.7 when i spray. Starting fluid it still dont start

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When the injector fail, more specifically the fuel pressure regulator fail it dumps Fuel and floods the engine. Starting fluid would still yield a no start condition

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There is no fuel pressure regulator. On unless it builting to top intake where the fuel lines go in but i am sure there isnt any

18,575

You have to take the black plastic upper intake off to see it. It's on the back of the Spider injector. Once again you can't see it, it's under the upper intake

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