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A TBI system doesn't have a schrader valve, so you have to tee into the supply line. On some trucks, it's easier for me to tee-in at the fuel filter, even if I have to crawl under the truck. If it's easier at the throttle-body under the hood, do it there.
Just incase it might be an issue other than fuel, check for codes. With the 12 pin data link connector, top row, the two pins at the right hand side, use a jumper wire between those pins, turn the key on, no crank, just turn the key till the dash lites come on, the check engine lite should start flashing, you count the flashes to get the codes. As an example, the code 12 would be 1 flash, a slight pause, then 2 quick flashes. There is information all over the web about accessing codes.
Saturday, June 28th, 2008 AT 2:36 PM