Keep in mind that this truck sat over the winter with no engine in it. I recently replaced my old engine with a low mileage replacement. Due to parts worn on old engine I've replaced the cam with a High Energy Comp Cam and new roller rockers. I had to replace the distributor because of the worn gear and there wasn't any gears in town. It started right away, but then wanted to die after a few seconds. So I checked the fuel pressure and it was idling about 45 then crept up to 50 to 53 lbs. Anyway, I replaced the fuel pressure regulator - no difference in it's running. I then replace the fuel filter - no difference. I then thought it had to be the fuel pump if everything in between the tank and injectors had been replaced - no difference. The last thing in the system were the injectors so I put in some of my spare injectors - no difference at all. Right now I'm thinking in tight circles and just need a different and fresh point of view. By the way all tune-up parts have been changed also (plugs and wires - all correct parts).
have the same problem?
Thursday, March 17th, 2016 AT 8:02 PM