Something should be showing up with the diagnostics- take your vehicle to a parts store and ask them to check for codes. the problem stems from chevy's fuel pumps especially from 1994-present. next time you encounter a no-start check the pump operation by first turning the key off then turning it back on without cranking,you should hear your pump hum as it pressurizes the line if you dont hear it.....erratic pump failure wich will not show up in the obd-2 scan. i have owned two chevys.and in my 97 model and 2000 model i have had to clean my fuel injectors.
Probably the fuel pump.
First thing that comes to mind, fuel pump.
fuel pump or fuel filter fuel pump is in the tank
Could be many things but a plugged up fuel filter is where I would start.
The engine will smother down as if running out of fuel. When the fuel pump went out on my pickup, is just randomly quit. It worked fine one day, and when I went out to start it again, it would not start.
a motor needs fuel, spark, and air to run. Check your plugs, unplugged sensor wires, distributer cap.
I have recently removed a 1992 Chevrolet Silverado dashboard from a junkyard truck, and also my '92 Chevrolet Silverado dashboard from my fathers truck and installed the new one I removed from the junk yard truck...let me just inform you, it's not easy. Start at the bottom removing those screws and work your way up is my best suggestion.
I have the same truck and installed a remote start/alarm.I went to the library computer and used their online resource called ALLDATA.
The same as any other vehicle. Start at the right rear, then left rear, then right front, and end up at the left front.
If your 2003 Silverado is lurching or jerking when you start it the most common issue is the fuel pump.
Check for loose or corroded battery cables, burnt-out fusible link, or burnt-out main fuse in fuse panel.
Could be a tired fuel pump. GM trucks are not strangers to bad fuel pumps.
It is an electric fuel pump and does not require priming.Cranking the engine should start the pump to run. The computer shuts it off after 3 seconds if the engine has not started.
you need to check the icm in the distributor it has the power to the fuel pump that goes through it on start up. As long as the relay and fuses are good.
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There is no reason to bleed the air from the fuel lines on a fuel injected engine, It will bleed itself through the injectors when you are trying to start it.
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You must do this within 5 seconds. Turn key on, DO NOT START then push the gas pedal all the way to the floor 3 times being sure to let all the way off of it each time. Then turn key off and then start the engine.
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Your pickup is a fuel-injected vehicle versus an old carburetor type. By running the vehicle out of fuel, you have air in the fuel lines and the injectors. The fuel pump cannot push out the air which is causing your problem. I'm sure that if you had a repair manual, it would explain the proper procedure for bleeding the fuel lines. The same problem occurs with diesel engines as well.