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This vehicle is not equipped with a fuel pump shut off/inertia switch
Posted on Feb 15, 2016
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
it doesnt take long to ruin the engine diluting the oil with gas - i dont know how i dodged that bullet, mine was leaking -gas into the oil- new spider is only the beginning of the care and feeding of the unpowered poppit spider motor- regular bottles of injector cleaner will keep them poppits clean, otherwise fuel deposits mess up the quantity and pattern of the fuel spray quickly from new- i had long suspected the new spider i installed was faulty, (Sorensen), but it was just quickly plugged by fuel deposits-as i understand it, the additives often in gas like to hook up in the poppits- my 1994 4.3 S10 kicks **** now, runs like it did when i bought it 5 yrs. ago, smooth like its supposed to, i was chasing the piggy/miss for two yrs, bottles of injector cleaner didnt help, it needed a heavier mix of cleaner
- it couldnt hardly get itself and a little aluminum boat out of a easy boat ramp, what broke free the deposits was doubling up on the amount of injector cleaner i dumped in the tank, when a person takes a clogged injected vehicle to a shop they hook up a pressurized system to it ,and disable the fuel pump -shop air system is better than aerosol can system, force the engine to run on a <10%> cleaner/gas mix for 20 minutes, guess i did get lucky with results from the cleaner addtive, cuz the real fix is find a shop that does the 10% cleaner 15-20 minute pressure wash of the injectors, and it should be done at least every year- mines running so good now, ill not see a lot of results from the pro cleaning i'm scheduled for tomorrow morning - hate to cancel tho- these unpowered poppits are very finicky - i did reuse my plemun half shell gasket, it has the red rubber line on it and it was still live so i reused it
Posted on Mar 16, 2009
P0172 system too rich bank 1. P0300 random multiple misfire. All are a common symptom of either bad fuel pressure regulator or leaking injector. Need to pull off intake plenum (upper) You should visibly see a clean side or part of intake manifold (lack of carbon buildup) Reconnect fuel lines. Energize fuel pump (turn on key to run) Most likely you will see fuel dripping out of rear (fuel pressure regulator) or nylon lines to each cylinder (fuel injectors). Once you see which is leaking will need to replace. Once they are repaired will need to clean or replace spark plugs & change oil & filter.
Posted on Jun 26, 2010
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