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2001 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 Questions

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Runs sluggish when starting at first but if I stop and go in reverse it runs fine. Yesterday on the interstate I had to floor it to get it going to 50mph. First time it did that in all gears. Seems to worse when it's warmed up or hot.
when turned off fuel drains back to tank. to start must leave key on for a whole to get fuel to engine.
How long have you had this problem? every time it sets for over an hour or so.
Have bled all lines, new master cyl, rotors, calipers, rubber lines.
What seems to make the problem better or worse? all te time
How long have you had this problem? since master cyl caused brakes to burn out.
It doesn't do it all the time but when it does it is really hard to push, no brakes and the it will go back to working normal again for a day or so.
The passock ll anti theft system
The seat belt is integral to the seat.
I want to say it want to start but not. Battery good, fuel pump and filter. What could be the problem
I was driving and the truck quit running
Also sounds like it miss fires when driving, when I start it up it ups forward, replaced the ignition switch yesterday. It's after it get hot about 5 to 7 miles
new battery, new spark plugs Have cleaned fuel tank pressure sensor fuel injectors pcv valve set T.D, C rotor and cap Distributor is good All other sensors good and cleaned, dropped fuel tank, all new liquids replaced.
then have to put back n drive n it goes in gear n changes gears good accilurating put soon as let off gas it slips out of gear again can someone give me some advise on what it might be
When I plugged in the computer and scanned it . It said random miss fire what do I need to do.
Bleed brakes
Bleed brakes
After it sparked once i disconnected it. Got the new one in. But now it wont start. It will crankover easily, i can hear the fuel pump kick on. And i checked the fuses. No luck.. any advice?
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