89 Chevy k2500 no fuel sening

Tiny
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I have a 1989 chevy k2500 with 150k miles on a 5.7l, 350. I was out mudding and the truck got stuck. The truck was not submerged at all but at a steep angle. The truck was left to idel for a minute then it died. When I went to start it, it would not, opened the hood and there was no feul sparying from injectors. My gas gaudge isnt the best so I thought it was out of fuel, but I added 2 gallons and tryed to start it again and it would not. Any info?
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Sunday, September 2nd, 2007 AT 4:59 PM

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Tiny
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I got you PM-turn key On do you hear the fuel pump? You don't -check for power at F/P connector-no power there-check relay/fuse.

Check all connections at distributor-find the CPS if it has one double check it. Pull the coil wire and ground it-do you have spark?
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Sunday, September 2nd, 2007 AT 6:43 PM
Tiny
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I got you PM-turn key On do you hear the fuel pump? You don't -check for power at F/P connector-no power there-check relay/fuse.

Check all connections at distributor-find the CPS if it has one double check it. Pull the coil wire and ground it-do you have spark?[/Quote:555e6fb8f2]

hey man, thanks for the reply, I just went out and checked and I could NOT hear the fuel pump. But I do have spark. I can pour gas into throtle body and it will run for a little bit. Im gonna go out and check connections. Ill post back if I dont get it. Thanks again for the help. Post back with any more ideas. Thanks
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Sunday, September 2nd, 2007 AT 7:08 PM

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