Yea I checked the spark, and there is none. If you are standing in the front of the engine, Look on the left top side of the fire wall just over top of the passenger side valve cover but to the left alittle. My battery gauge also stays below 9. Check for inoperative oil pressure switch. If terminals, connections, and ground circuit are okay, go to next step. Unplug connector from temperature gauge sending unit. However, the fuel pump will continue to operate.
They had an independent, torsion beam front suspension with a stabilizer bar and torsion springs and a rigid, beam rear suspension with a stabilizer bar and leaf springs. Light Inoperative With Low Oil Pressure Check bulb. On a 1996 Chevy truck there is not a throttle body , the regulator is under the upper plenum the plastic piece that sits on the intake also the injectors are under there as well all 8 or 6 witch ever motor you have. If wiring is okay, replace vehicle speed sensor. Gauge Indicates Hot When Engine Is Cold 1. I havent checked the actuall pressure, but there is gas. For example, I have a 1994 Cheyenne 5.
I am having a problem with the speedometer and odometer shows check guages. In the early 1990s, the trucks featured a compression ratio of 9. That gap causes the engine not to turn over. I am showing you'll tour of this nice truck. I know this sounds kinda pointless this was my attempt making truck video.
These trucks had different power capabilities depending on the year. Measure sending unit resistance at specified temperatures. I replaced the coil now it fires about every ten times I try. Unplug connector from temperature gauge sending unit. Original Upload Date: Sep 5, 2010.
Voltage should change as wheel speed increases or decreases. The check gauges light is on. Some of my trucks gauges are not working. You will see a black plastic cover that is held on to the fire wall with 3 plastic long nuts, Remove it and look to the far right side were the cover would be and that little black box with electrical… looking at the windshield from the front of the truck, first is the radiator, at the top of it, is a massive hose coming from your right if you're looking towards the back of the truck and you're on the front end leaning over the engine. If battery voltage exists, go to next step. Check for high resistance in temperature sending unit ground circuit.
If temperature gauge and circuit are okay, replace defective instrument cluster. After 1995, they had a compression ratio of 9. This same thing happened to me on a Pontiac Lemans. This truck has three trim lines which is the Silverado, Cheyenne, and Scottsdale. If battery voltage exists, go to next step. These trucks were available with so many different comfort, convenience and powertrain options that they could be tailored to suit the needs of just about any truck owner.
If you don't hear it then the motor of the pump is bad. Light Always On Check bulb. If you do hear it then the motor is good but the pump itself an still be bad, so, un… its right on your throttle body behind your injectors on the same assembly. If the belt stripped some of those notches, there will be a gap in the belt. Check for inoperative coolant temperature and oil pressure gauge circuits. Unplug connector from coolant temperature sending unit. If measurements are not as specified, replace temperature gauge sending unit.
If connection is okay, replace sending unit. If all foregoing checks are okay, replace instrument cluster. The 1994 model look better with the black plastic side mirror. From 1992 until 1996, these trucks featured four disc brakes, two of which were ventilated, and an anti-lock brake system. It had a bore of 4. You will not have fuel flow through the injectors.
Gauge Indications Are Inaccurate 1. Clean and tighten terminals and connections as necessary. Raise and support vehicle with drive wheels off ground. Repair or replace as necessary. Check wiring for corroded or loose connections.