My 2008 has a miss but no code will come up

Asked by Sep 29, 2015 at 12:49 PM about the 2008 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 LS Crew Cab 4WD

Question type: General

My 2008 chevy silverado has a miss in it at idle and low rpm changed plugs,
wires and even a few new coils trying to chase it down it won't throw a code
the miss goes away when you give it gas any help would be great

7 Answers

111,765

Try some injector cleaner and a new fuel filter...

1 of 1 people found this helpful.

I have and it doesn't have an external filter

111,765

That's correct how many miles on the truck? if it is over 100,000 miles the filter is in the tank and should be replaced...

111,765

Also try cleaning the throttle body and clean the o2 sensors...

Cleaned maf, and the throttle body, sprayed starting fluid around the intake for air leaks and nothing, I'm having a little trouble with the key sometimes was wondering if it would cause it to miss maybe it's not getting the magnetic signal??? I hate this if it would throw a code it would be easy

111,765

How many miles on the truck, you may have alitte clog in the fuel filter located in the tank, they need to be changed at 100,000 do you clean the O2 sensors?

My buddy had this problem he got gas that had too much water in it from a gas station and he took it to Chevy and they had to flush the whole fuel system

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