Two Wheel Drive
110, 000 miles
Just redeployed back to the states a few weeks ago. 1992 Chevy S-10. Ran great, didnt do a darn thing to the truck even though it sat for a whole year, except for a new battery.
But on this day, drove it to work in the AM, perfect.
Evening time, jumped in, cranked it over, and it continued cranking. After several cranks and rest time in-between cranks it started trying to turn over, sputtering and spitting heavy white exhaust.
Anytime I would not pump the gas, it would immediatly stop sputtering and stall.
This will be the first true mechanical-engine problem and hasn't given me any noticible signs leading to this grand event.
Now, after several attempts with duplicate results, I have given up for the night.
After reading the forum I see a lot of people tackling; fuel pump, distributor cap, sending unit, ECM switch-fuse, EGR Valve, Plugs-Wires.
Let me know what you guys think.
-- Newman 27 September 2010 --
have the same problem?
Monday, September 27th, 2010 AT 8:29 PM