first off its not a fuel injected carburater its a throttle body. second your filter is plugged or the fuel pump is probably bad.
it could, all depends how off it is.
If its a gas engine yes, if its a diesel no.
The timing on a 1989 Dodge truck should be set to 10* after unplugging the temperature sensor.
bad alternator ? its not charging the battery
inside frame rail under driver door
Only for mounting
Drop the fuel tank
Fuel injected? in the fuel tankCarb. ? on the lower front end of the engine block
Fuel injected? In the fuel tank Carb. Lower front section of engine - follow fuel line from carb.
If its fuel injected-probably in the fuel tank If not the lower front section of engine --follow the fuel line
32 Gallons on a long bed extra cab with 5.9l
Facing the front of the truck, it is located on the intake manifold on the right side of the carb.
The fuel pump relay on a 1988 Dodge Dakota truck is located in the engine compartment, near the fire wall. It is contained in a water tight box which houses a number of relays and fuses.
Yes it is. Anything from 1988 and up is fuel injected.
It is FI.
Fuel injected. Most all American vehicles have been fuel injected since 1988 or so.
No the 351W was not injected until 1988 and was not rollerized untill1994 I believe.
All 1988 Chevy Celebritys are fuel injected. As information 1986 was the last year of carburated engines, it was the 2.8L V6.
Drain the water from your Dodge Ram truck cooling system. Remove the water lines from the heater core. Remove the heater core retaining bolts. Reverse the process to install the new heater core.
No, its fuel injected engine
on top dead rotor should be pointing at #1
Drivers side, side of trans just below skift linkage.just unplug,screw out old and replace.
Yes late 1987 Chevrolet trucks were fuel injected same as 1988 motors.