NEED TO KNOW OF KNOWN BULLENTINS? PROBLEMS? GOING ON A LONG TRIP. on 1991 GMC Rally Wagon 3500

SOME TIME IT HAS HESITATION? PLANNING A LONG TRIP,WOULD LIKE TO KNOW WHAT MIGHT HAPPENED,SO I CAN DEAL WITH IT?

by in Temecula, CA on January 10, 2011
2 answers 2 comments
ANSWER by on January 10, 2011
Hesitation - can be due to a vacuum leak, an air intake leak, a throttle body that needs cleaned, an EGR system issue, or a fuel pressure issue. The best thing you can do preparing for a long trip is have a qualified technician evaluate the vehicle's condition. This will give you some insight as to what you may need to be prepared for. Technical Service Bulletins help technicians diagnose "common" issues, but are not a listing of issues you can expect to have. My suggestion is to review the vehicle page on RepairPal (http://repairpal.com/cars/gmc/rally+wagon+3500) and look at the common reported information there. It will give you some information that you can maybe use. Checking the vehicle is more important, overall, however. Good luck and safe travels!
COMMENT by on January 11, 2011
THANK YOU! THIS VAN USE TO BE AN LA DISTRICT VAN SO IT ALSO IS A CNG!!! i'M TRYING TO GET AHOLD OF THE CO. THAT DID THE WORK!! HOPE THAT HAS GOOD RESULTS ASWELL!!
COMMENT by on January 11, 2011
Oh my goodness -- CNG? And you're going on a trip? Your biggest issue may be locating fueling stations along the way. Being in the LA area is one thing; where are you headed to? Hesitation on a CNG can be other things. I'm not a big expert by any means on CNG, but I can say that in my limited exposure, i've seen a ton of low mileage spark plug replacements. I believe they get fouled or damaged easily by the characteristics of the natural gas. What you really need is to find a solid specialist who understands the concept and principles of CNG operation. You don't have much company out there as an end user with a CNG product. Good luck.
ANSWER by on January 10, 2011
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