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i got a 94 chevy silverado with the 6.5 in it. i put it away last winter running pulled it out about two weeks ago wont start. i have no fuel to the injecters. but i have fuel ell the way to the ip. i ... JOIN NOW TO REMOVE TRACER

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Old 05-24-2011, 10:27 AM
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i got a 94 chevy silverado with the 6.5 in it. i put it away last winter running pulled it out about two weeks ago wont start. i have no fuel to the injecters. but i have fuel ell the way to the ip. i have checked all fuses grounds and connections. even replaced both batteries. i have read it could be the pmd or the ip but the motor was just rebuild 40,0000 miles ago. anyone with info please help asap!
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Old 05-31-2011, 09:54 AM
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Check the fuel shut off. It is on you IP pump. Sometimes from sitting it will stick shut.
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Old 06-01-2011, 10:15 AM
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how do you tell if the shut off is stuck shut? i pulled it out too look at it all i saw was the little spring and the rubber damper at the end of the spring. also could it be electric? like the pmd or a short in the wiring
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Have someone turn the key to the one and it should click and move. I can hear mine from in the truck when i turn the key. But yes could be electrical
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thanks for the help it does click so it looks like it should be working properly. i got fed up trying to figure out the problem so i just took it up to my mechanic ill let you know what it was when its fixed. is there really any upgrades for the turbo or the ecm that arent going to coast an arm and leg. also what guages are most common to be run with this truck?
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I made a manual boost controler for mmy turbo and got rid of the vacum waistgate. But more then that it costs alot of money
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Boost , EGT and Trans some run fuel psi or vacuum gauge

when you get boost and EGT make sure you get boost that goes to 30psi not 60 and with EGT that goes 1500 deg not 2500 deg

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1997 3500 Ext Cab 2 Wheel Drive 300,000 plus miles New Trans with up grades for towing Rebuild Rear end 4:11 with
new axles,new injectors, 4" Exhaust , 5" tip, PMD Moved to front Bumper TM 18psi boost,,new LP,boost,EGT and trans gauges and Max E Tork T-Series
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