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Old 01-23-2013, 11:08 AM
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my truck will turn over and has fire and fuel. But will not start. What could be causing the problem??? Thanks
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It has fuel to the engine? & spark to the cylinders? Then it should start. Have you checked your fuel pressure? & are all cylinders firing? Have you checked your plugs to see what they look like?
I guess bottom line without standing next to the truck which I'm not, a little more info would possible help.
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Define "has fuel". Depressing the schrader valve and getting a squirt doesn't mean you have adequate pressure or an injector pulse that is needed to get the fuel into the cylinders.

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I love these kind of questions. Like we are standing there. As stated a big difference from gas in the tank & gas getting in the cylinders.
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Yes gas to cylinders, pressure correct to injectors, spark plugs new and all are firing. Now that said. this is why I'm asking the question. Have checked everything that I can think of down to fuses and relays.
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I notice you didn't mention an injector pulse...
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