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Ziptie12

Bunker Hill, WV

When help is actually desired (like uh- if you reply to a post) , I will do my best to lead you to a fix , or at least suggest what might be the most cost effective , depending on resources and skill level.


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stripped threads in the cylinder head? Depending on damage and shop doing work , may get by without pulling head.


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Check fuses labeled for "EFI1 & EFI2' I believe. May be a blown fuse for fuel pump. While you're at it you may want to check ALL fuses.Large rubber mallet against fuel tank , may also confirm if it's simply a bad fuel pump. (old school)


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IF it 'just clicks' , how is it 'turning over'? Charge the battery.


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Go to Vegas a lot?


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Have you checked UNDER the truck yet? You may have better luck from that angle.


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What have you done to test/prove no fuel ? Do you have spark? Do you have a volt/ohmmeter?.....OR owners manual?


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What 'crank' did you replace? Have you checked ALL fuses since the original problem occurred? HOW did it mess up your battery? Can you test it with a voltmeter to see if it's at at least 12.2V?


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Are you able to visually inspect system to locate what broke? Depending on area of leak , you at this time haven't noticed any difference or you might have said 'it feels like it is losing power' , but long term damage may occur if it affects the emissions control system.


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Improperly adjusted switch? Rotators mis-conjoined at the squib collater?


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Put original back in and then go for diagnosis at a qualified MB shop.


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