If it truly isn't the ground side, it has the be a common point in the wiring on the power feed side. The wire that was shorting finally burned in two. Now just to figure out why the rear end wants to come around on me when I hammer the brakes on a dirt road. I had this issue once before and replacing cap and rotor fixed it. But, it must be angled the same as the car is if the front of the car is raised for instance. Now I don't here the fuel pump come on.
I towed it home, put fresh gas in and it cranked right up. I'm thinking maybe a shorted wire somewhere. You may have to repeat this up to 3 times. This is the only thing preventing me from driving the truck. Always carry a spare pump and filter in the truck, and enough tools to take out the tank and replace them. I would shut it off crank it up 15 min later truck would run fine. We need the 100K warranty back! My problem is that I have no clue which wires to start tracing.
After sittiing for a few hours, we have to crank it and eventually put a little gas or tarting fluid in the throttle body for our truck to start but runs and drives fine once it does start and will start right up after only sitting for about an hour or so. Once again there are lots of cheap chinese fuel pumps that fail usually within a year. Learned my lesson the hard way. So, how do you prolong the battery's life? Destroked 450 Tractor Guru Joined: 31 Mar 2016 Posts: 3995 Location: Harned, Ky. RossB answered 3 years ago Put two new cyl heads on cause of cracks.
Probe the black ground wire connection at a headlight with the test lit probe. My truck has been crank no start since early summer when I replaced fuel pump You can cycle the pump several times and the pump makes a noise so I know it's working But it will get louder. On long rides, it's as comfortable as. Who's got the balls Mr. First the pressure regulator on the spider injector was leaking, the spider injector poppets were plugged up too.
Mike M Tractor Guru Joined: 31 Mar 1998 Posts: 27476 Posted: Mon Jan 08, 2018 11:00 am Post subject: Re: 02 5. It's one thing to follow the wires while laying under it, but another thing to guess what connector they went into and what signal is coming out of a different connector! My mechanic is the best mechanic I know but he had never before done such a conversion. It would fire with starting fluid after a line, filter, relay and pump replacement. Excellent For What It Is Made To Do , Tow. You can snap that input with your Cummins but it would be unlikely if you have a single disk organic clutch as they don't grab hard. I could probe wires for a week and never never know what I'm looking for. It keeps changing the location of the transmission as the lift-arm changes its angle the lift and transmission goes backward as it lifts and forward as it lowers.
This is a step by step guide on how to remove and install a transmission in a 1998 Chevy truck Remove the starter from the engine and remove the bolts attaching the transmission bell housing to the engine block. Put the scanner said it was crank and cam sensor changed them both together with the plugs and truck won't start now. This vehicles issue turned out to be a shorted pink wire in the wiring harness that runs up the passenger side of the block. I think this is going to be a never-ending project! The vehicle of choice for many Americans for towing and hauling huge loads, the Chevrolet Silverado 3500 heavy-duty pickup truck is renowned for its superior strength and durability, capable of pulling anything from small fishing boats to huge travel trailers. It took about two hours to replace the pump. It would be easier, if the entire car were lifted, level, not angled.
Are the gears the same size except for the granny? It has a strong frame, superbly powerful engine, dual rear wheels, and some really to-die-for features. You will not only save fuel but you will also prolong the life of your car's battery. Any ideas why the fuel pump is dying quicker and quicker? It is also related to the battery's ability to start an engine. The test light did not come on. If you want less trouble, buy a Ford or Dodge, or a Toyota. Gm and Dodge went Broke, and Ford nearly broke. Be very careful you didn't put the wrong fuel pump in!! It left me stranded several times.
The truck had a loom of wires on the passenger side of the transfer case that were dangling nearly to the ground. This is based on troubleshooting the '88; and perhaps the '96 is wired differently. Also I haven't fully checked the Spark, but the Truck run's fine when you spray Starting fluid into the Throttle body. Since then I have changed distributors on at least six more of these engines with 100% success rate. If I knew where to look under the hood or dash, I could test continuity and determine if there's a break in either wire. As for the water to use, refill the battery using only distilled water. I would follow those wires back and check that they have not worn into the case shorting out the signal.