Dual question. I was gone for about five hours and when I returned my truck, which had been parked in the driveway, had its lights on. My fault I guess. I put a charger on it overnight. This morning it will crank fine, but it will not start. Seems like it is not getting fuel. Fuel gauge was at E which makes no sense because it had plenty when I parked it. I went ahead and added about two more gallons and tried again, it made no difference.
Second part: Check engine came on two days ago and I stopped by an auto parts place to run the code. I did not get a code number. The guy asked me check the fuel cap, which we did and then said I have a air leak in the fuel system. He recommend I drop the tank and check. The guy seemed put out and in a hurry. Intentions were to go to a dealer this week.
I had no problem driving or starting it prior to the battery being rundown and then recharged.
have the same problem?
Sunday, August 7th, 2016 AT 4:57 AM