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  1. I own a 1995 gmc sonoma and it left me sit earlier today. After working on it for awhile I discovered a few problems. The motor had no spark or fuel, I figured out the coil was bad and now it has spark and it starts on starting fluid but the tbi injectors aren't spraying. The fuel pump does prime but we aren't sure of how much pressure it's building. We put in new injectors and cleaned the entire throttle body and fuel is making it to the injectors but the injectors don't fire. Any ideas? Do the injectors require the 12 psi of fuel pressure in order to fire or is there another problem?
  2. 2011 Chevy 2500 HD duramax. So this is an issue that had only happened a couple of times. And had only happened on the initial start after using autostart on colder days (low 30s). After starting the truck with the auto start, the truck will run for approx 2-4 minutes then stop. The truck will not start again with they key until you you have cycled the ignition a few times. So my guess is I’m losing fuel pressure but this only has happened, so far, when using auto start. If I use the key is used on the cold start there are no issues. And I haven’t experienced these issues at any other time. After the initial start. Anyone else experience the same issue? Cause?
  3. Before I go into this I will give a list of new parts so you have a better idea: Fuel pump (entire assembly) Injectors(SFI to MFI) Fuel pressure regulator Fuel filter I have a 97' 5.7 Z71 that I cannot figure out what to do with. Truck ran fine, then one day had a hard time starting. Then it turned into every single time I went to start the truck I had to sit there and try for 10 minutes or so before it would start. Finally I had to start spraying ether into the throttle body (which I did for too long, but I didn't have a choice) before it would start. At this point the truck has no power - it wouldn't climb any kind of grade, even when doing 70 mph on the freeway it would slow way way down. If I put my foot too far into the throttle, it sounded like I was starving it for fuel and would start to sputter, but if i kept a light foot it seemed to run just fine. Eventually the truck just wouldn't start, even with ether. That has been the case for about 2 months. I have tried everything I know to try. I've checked and rechecked everything I can, and I just do not know what to do. Someone. Help. Please.
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