no, however the fuel pump has a secondary route through the oil pressure switch.If the fuel pump relay goes out the pump will run through the oil pressure switch after the engine gets oil pressure. this results in extended engine cranking time before the engine will start
With good fuel pressure then I would check to see if it has spark after it shuts down.
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That is called an Inertia switch and Chevy did not use them on there trucks.
between 130-140 ks
there were no 5.3 in production in 1988; but on a small block Chevy in 1988 you should have 22-25 psi
NO. it does not.
It could be your overload relay switch!Try changing it.
it does not have a high pressure switch all it has is a evaporator temp sensor/switch.
Which one? There are several.
The oil pressure sensor on a 1988 Chevy 1500 5.7 is located on the engine. It is on the right side, near the intake manifold.
The fuel pressure should be 45 psi.