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Old December 16th, 2011, 12:37 AM   #6
spr_chicken
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Originally Posted by jimhri View Post
i no longer run, regardless of the temperature
I was like that until I lost 130 lbs. Now I don't mind running...

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Originally Posted by GREASYHANDS View Post
Sounds like a bad fuel injector or low fuel pressure. Check to see if there is fuel spraying from the passenger side injector. A timing light pointed at the injectors will help you see the fuel spray.

Also unplug the coolant temp sensor, this will richen the fuel mix and may let it run longer.
We tried unplugging the coolant temp sensor and it did not help. I will try the timing light trick. I wanted to check the timing anyways. Thanks for the idea...

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Originally Posted by frdboy View Post
That's what I was thinking, I have seen those injectors not work cold and then start after a few mins.
The funny thing is I at first thought it might be an injector or fuel problem. But my father in-law and his friend who owns the truck wanted me to try changing the other stuff first. The owner originally took it to a shop in Grand Haven and the said it was the oxygen sensor. He had them change it but that did not help either.
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