I would think that the bearings are going out in your blower motor. This motor runs any time the switch is on and as the bearing warms up the noise may go away but it will gradually get worse. I hope this helps you. Mark i bet its the blower vent door. try moving the lever to open and close it repeatedly before you start up the next time. tweek
Turn the ignition key to the run position and pump the accelerator 3 times within 5 seconds.
on a 2001 silverado you clear the message center by turn the ignition to the on position and pressing the gas pedel all the way to the floor 5 times in 5 seconds
The duration of IPW Ignition is 3600.0 seconds.
I had a similar problem. My solution was to replace the distributor's stator - part of the breakerless ignition. My stator's plastic housing had cracked which caused an intermitant shorting of the ignition system.
Put some gas in the tank then cycle the ignition key on and off pausing a few seconds in the on position. Do this 3-4 times and you have primed the fuel system. Start the engine and go.
turn ignition on then after 30 seconds insert additional key into door lock. Push key lock or unlock button and a few seconds, repeat. Turn off ignition.
The manual says: 1. Turn ignition key to RUN with engine off. 2. Fully press and release the accelerator pedal 3 times within 5 seconds. If the OIL LIFE RESET message flashes for 10 seconds, the system is resetting. 3. Turn the key to LOCK.
Lose fuel or the coil Packing
An 2WD Extended Cab 94' Silverado With A 5.7 350CI Will Do Aprox 17 Seconds Flat In The 1/4 Mile
Disconnect the negative on the battery terminal for 15 seconds.
7.4 seconds with chip and k&n intake
No. The fuel pump should run for 2 seconds when the key is cycled from off to run, regardless of whether there is a problem in the ignition system or not.