Whenever you change the pump, you shoudl change the filter too. Typically, the filter will be (at least partially) blocked, reducing the fuel's PSI to the engine. This is the next step. check fuel pressure. if you look in a haynes or a chiltons you should find the pressure your system needs to be running. I had the same problem, I changed the pump and it worked for a while like a week, I lost fuel pressure even though my pump was working. I ended up having to change the fuel pressure regulator. you might try that, make sure you fully trouble shoot before you start just taking stuff apart, it's usually always easier than what we think it is!
it has a throtle body fuel injected
Yes it is. Anything from 1988 and up is fuel injected.
It is if it's a 1988 or newer.
There is no choke on fuel injected engines.
The 350's from 1987 up are fuel injected.
You must have an engine scanner to do that.
Do it yourself engine transmission flush and filter change on 2005 Chevy silverado 5.3?"
YES, They sure are and will interchange with NO problems. Direct bolt in.
You can make any engine fuel injected if you have the know how.
The gross weight of a 1988 Chevy Silverado K2500 with a 5.01 engine is about 2.5 tons. This is equal to about 5,000 pounds.
Yes, everything after the year 1987 is fuel injected.
The Chevy Silverado SS has a fuel economy of 9.4l/100kms. The Chevy Silverado SS features the most fuel efficient V8 5.3l engine on the road with a 6speed automatic transmission.
no it doesnt
There are many on the engine
Its a 5.7L 350 engine
it has a 5.7L 350
I would like to know how to improve the towing capacity of my 2004 Chevy Silverado Z71. It has a 5.3 liter engine
Can I pull a 26 ft RV camper with my 2007 chevy silverado 4.8 motor
As long as the 350 is a fuel injected engine / TBI / Throttle Body Injection engine there is NO difference.
That REQUIRES an ENGINE SCANNER to do that.
$40.00 to $50.00 labor
Ther is no PCV valve on a 06 silverado with a 4.3L engine
180 horses come from the throttle body injected 5.0L V8.