Yes Review Date: 29th June, 1998. Hard starting and running rough is an indication of air in the pump and in the lines to the injectors. If the connections are not clean and tight repair and retest. Probably a resistance check between pin a and b. If anything changes or if my assumption is wrong, I will post again, but it looks that way. Except for the dashboard, the truck feels much more substantial than my other car. The problem may be electrical and also might be our fault.
Probe test light from b to gnd. Posted on Sep 15, 2013 I changed the line pump and starts very easily. Need more details to be precise. Or is there an online salvage anyone knows where I could get it cheap? Is there anywhere you can buy the sensor by itself or do you always have to buy the pedal and sensor together? It does show a 20amp fuse between the ignition switch and the shut-off solenoid. General Comments: At 100,000 miles and no problems, I replaced every component under the hood except the engine and transmission. Am I low on refrigerant? I am having about the same problem with my 94 Chevy Silverado 6.
Putting the work in this luxury workhorse, my test beast was outfitted with a 6. If you have a 3. Then once that was out of the way, the injector pump was replaced under warranty, around 95,000. Tried cranking with the gas cap on, gas cap off. Sorry I even mentioned the other soleniod. The fuel filter should be in the engine compartment and would have a small hand pump to pull fuel from the tank to fill the filter and bleed out the air thorugh a bleed screw bolt in the top of the filter housing. Truck will fire, almost start, but no go.
Have not run in the last two years. General Comments: Lots of power and low end torque. They will tell you which gearing that you have. When you let off the throttle it has the same feel as if you had the cruise control set and suddenly cancel it. Yes Review Date: 19th December, 2000 Year of manufacture 1994 Engine and transmission 5. Give more details if you want the exact number.
Remember, you must reduce this weight when you add extra weight to the truck extra passangers or stuff in the bed. It is a very simple circuit, and if you are still blowing fuses, then something is drawing too much current. Year of manufacture 1994 First year of ownership 1998 Most recent year of ownership 2000 Engine and transmission 5. If the new fuse did not blow with the solenoid disconnected and ignition swith on, the you may have gotten a bad or incorrect solenoid. A year ago last January a drunk driver tried to hit us head on because he was mad at his girlfriend. Year of manufacture 1994 First year of ownership 1994 Most recent year of ownership 2001 Engine and transmission 5. The seats are very durable and like new.
Both the above problems might be related to an electrical short we had caused by a pinched wire for our trailer lights and brakes. Yes Review Date: 3rd June, 2003 Faults: The only problems I've had are with the four wheel drive system at about 30,000 miles. Only about 10,000 miles on a remaned tranny. This site does not support your version of Internet Explorer. Filter is new, bled etc. It throttled back down and I was able to drive it a few miles, but then it would start surging then slow down,surge and throttle down.
It's what I always wanted, my country Cadillac! Suspect the 13 may be the problem. Debris might have clogged before the lift pump. I change the oil on a regular basis and gave it a full tune up 2 days after I bought it. These r … anges are all for automatic transmission. I look at the fluel solenoid driver and possibly the ignition switch.
Ok, if you find that the Fuel Solenoid fuse was blown again, here is what we need to do. Terminal nuts and tighten to 1 Nm 9 in lbs. My thoughts on this problem are like this. It started out when I was sitting at a light idling,the truck for no reason throttled up as if someone stomped on the peddle!!! Hopefully this will solve the problem. As soon as the truck warmed up it would start acting up. The cruise control frequently won't work if the driver had previously hit the brakes firmly or was on the brakes for too long like at a stop light. Taking off at a stop sign it wants to take off faster than it should and running down the road you can feel it surging and it will gradually gain speed, unless you let off the throttle completely.
At 55 - 60mph it will chug but it's never died. To break this circuit apart, disconnect the fuel solenoid driver which is located on the same pump assembly as the solenoid. Inspect solenoid operation prior to installing the pump cover. The waste gate solenoid was replaced. Year of manufacture 1994 First year of ownership 2003 Most recent year of ownership 2004 Engine and transmission 5.