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Old 09-01-2013, 11:22 PM
Anken31 Anken31 is offline
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Originally Posted by GTyankee View Post
First thing you posted was that the A/C Compressor was not plugged in

How did it run BEFORE you plugged it in ??


It ran fine. then the battery died. A/C Compressor is Not hooked up now, and has not been hooked up since we put the new battery in.








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Originally Posted by Screamintrashcan View Post
Change your intermittent fuel pump, or rig up a thumper for your fuel tank. No, really! Better yet, buy, borrow or rent a fuel pressure gauge and stick it to the wiper when it runs and make sure to thump the tank before you try and start it! then drive around til it turns into a bad actor. no variations in pressure, about 35 PSI allowed. $200 + - for a pump. I played this game to the tune of about $1200 in parts about 10 years ago. It was the pump all the time. I'd bet money on it being the problem. Good luck!
Already did all the fuel pressure testing. Tests showed fine. But I had already had a fuel pump on the way and it's already installed in the truck. This is not the problem, as it still acts the same exact way. I am 190% sure it is NOT Fuel related.
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