I have a 96Chevy Silverado 5.7.shut down.changed the cap rotor,pick-up coil,coil,cps.truck runs rough.cuts out or chugs then dies.at a loss.took old coil. Laid it next to new one. Truck starts up and.

Asked by Dec 11, 2014 at 09:17 AM about the 1996 Chevrolet C/K 1500 Silverado RWD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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They charged me for a new ecm too

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does it have old or new gas in it

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Is this something i can fix,or do I need to bite the bullet and take it to the dealer to get it relearned.i also cleaned all grounds too,new wires and plugs to.can anyone help. Thanks

It has new gas 25psi with key on,55cranking

Anyone???

Also loosing water,this is a garage queen only 70,000on it.is there any help.thanks

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so it start but then dies check filters fuel and air if it is running lean it will not run right

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I also changed fuel filter and air is it the plastic cap or new coil. Why does it quit running. Then i swap out the coil and it runs again

Answeres must be a secret.thanks

Well, what was it finally?

Don't know another new coil and check all grounds again still running,check engine light back on then off n on

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