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Bad Fuel Pump

Bad Pressure Regulator & Spyder Assy
under the intake,all possibles

I would do both

Lots & lots of video on it

1999 GMC Jimmy | Answered on Jul 31, 2014


thats the setting you have the lights on , so long as they go off there's no problem

1999 GMC Jimmy | Answered on Jul 20, 2014


Not related. The service engine soon lite is operated by the speedometer, so it's just coincidence that it came on soon after the water pump repair.

1999 GMC Jimmy | Answered on Jul 17, 2014


don't stand under it

1999 GMC Jimmy | Answered on Jul 13, 2014


When removing an engine from any automatic box the best tip is to remove the bolts holding the torque converter to the flex plate/flywheel and leave the torque converter in position on the shaft in the front of the box. It will move back to the box enough to separate the engine . Turn the engine around to get to each bolt. If the transmission is going to be unsupported then restrain the torque converter with a plate bolted through a flange hole or a strap across the front a note here is that what you call a skip loader may be known as a skid steer loader in which case there will be no torque converter as it hooks directly to a hydraulic pump via a splined shaft.

1999 GMC Jimmy | Answered on Jul 13, 2014


it should be under front bumper behind a plastic door with a flathead screw.

1999 GMC Jimmy | Answered on Jul 06, 2014


I wild have to work on this until I duplicated it, then check the vehicle while it was messing up. You could have one defective component even if you just replaced it. (Fuel pump, ignition module, crank sensor, etc.) You could have simply a bad coolant temp sensor, or maybe your mass air flow sensor causing problems. You could try unhooking your coolant temperature sensor and seeing if it wild start. This makes the pcm look at a default value. You can try the same thing with the mass air flow.Do you have access to a scanner when it is messing up? Have you checked for spark at the plugs? Have you checked your fuel pressure? Sorry, I would have to actually work on it.

1999 GMC Jimmy | Answered on Jul 04, 2014


Plugged line need to replace lines

1999 GMC Jimmy | Answered on Jun 18, 2014


front or rear?
nice guess, huh? asking for something, never seen, or shown
in the schematic? well i logged into alldata.com and there is no such thing.

why not ask why, it does this an not guess.
this car has a 1 wire wiper motors.
that means all actions are the reults of this,,,,,

windshield wiper control module , WWCM?
so it its bad.
or its inputs are wrong. (logic)

there are only 2 inputs from the Multifucition switch
if they are wrong, the wiper will fail
if they are correct then the WWCM is bad.

1999 GMC Jimmy | Answered on Jun 17, 2014

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