my chevy uplander was over heating because one the fans stopped working,i stopped the engine to check on the fan and probably allow it to cool after some time i started the engine and it refuse to start

Asked by Jun 18, 2017 at 03:10 AM about the 2008 Chevrolet Uplander LS

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

i was driving home from work and realised my car was overheating,i  
stopped to see what was happening and realised one of the fans stopped
working so i waited to make the engine cool after sometimes like 30
minutes i tried to start my vehicle but it wasnt starting again it only gives
ignition sound but wont start again i took  a mechanic there who brought
down the tank to check on the fuel pump he told me the fuel pump is
working perfect.he tried to do a hard starting by putting some fuel into the
valve it will start as soon as the fuel he puts finishes it will stop and the fuel

2 Answers


Then there is a blockage in the fuel line, like a plugged up fuel filter. And it is not necessary to drop the fuel tank to check the sock on the end of the sending unit. There is a access hole to go threw to get at the fuel pump and assembly. The fuel pump needs to be checked with a fuel pressure gauge hooked up in the fuel line to see if it is good or not, but first replace the fuel filter.

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i scanned it and it gave a p0306 code

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