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This is not a question but some information that I want to share. I had trouble for about two years with the fuel pump not starting, sometimes, for days at a time. I spent a lot of money having diagnostics and work done, but no-one could find the problem. I discovered that a chip called PCM and the relay for the fuel pump, in the black plastic box located under the hood, needed to be changed. Total time was about 2 minutes and the total cost was $52.00. Problem solved.
The ABS light comes on pretty often. What is wrong that causes this to happen? Is this really a serious problem?
where is the fuel pump located on a 1994 B 2300 truck? is it very hard to change?
Which sensor/part acts as the points, as in an older car? Sometimes the motor won't start. It seems like the points need changed but there are no points. After a few minutes of not trying to cranck it, the motor will start up easily as normal. I have had at least 4 people to diagnose the engine with no answer to the problem. Where, besides the dealership, can I go locally to find someone who can properly diagnose the problem?
My truck has been getting very bad gas milage. I have tried injection cleaners and a tune up. The truck is getting 13 miles per gallon; that is not good for that kind of truck. I have had it dianosed three times and still can't find the problem.How many miles per gallon should it get and what can I do to improve?
The engine won't start sometimes. The motor turns over very fast but won't crank. This happens more often if it is turned off and tried to crank up to 5 minutes afret being turned off.
Which sensor regulates the fuel/air mix and how much does it cost?