Possibly inadequate fuel pressure. I forget the Minimum acceptable pressure, but that's easy enough to have checked. It has to have no less then 9 LBS. And no more then 13 LBS. to start and run.
You need to take the fuel line loose on the tank side of the filter and install a
pressure gauge in the line and cycle the key on and off, That will tell you the
fuel pressure. 9 - 13 PSI. is the spec's.
Yes it is. FUEL INJECTED
It is fuel injected, TBI / Throttle body injection.
That should be throttle body fuel injected.
Yes. They are have a TBI or throttle body injection system.
Check for a vacuum leak or sticking butterfly valve at the throttle body, or possibly a sticking throttle linkage or throttle cable.
No, that vehicle should be throttle body fuel injected.
yes if they are both throttle body engines
Yes it is a TBI / Throttle Body Injection. Fuel injected.
That would depend on the year and what type of automobile the engine is in.Tough question.
Yes it is fuel injection. It is called a TBI / Throttle body injection.
No carburetor on that 89 S10. It would be throttle body fuel injected.
its fuel injected through a throttle body
YES, that would be a TBI / Throttle body fuel injection engine.
180 horses come from the throttle body injected 5.0L V8.
It doesn't have one, it is throttle body fuel injected.
As long as the 350 is a fuel injected engine / TBI / Throttle Body Injection engine there is NO difference.
depends on what kind of camaro, if its the Z28, the 305 and 350 both are tune port injected (TPI) or if its the RS the 305 and the v6 are throttle body injected.
CHEVY guit using carburetors back in 1987. You truck is fuel injected / TBI. Throttle body injection.
The 87 will bolt in to the 77 however, the 87 is throttle body fuel injected. You will have to convert the 77 over to except throttle body fuel injection perhaps with parts from a donor truck.
No jets, it's throttle body injected, meaning it's computer controlled.
NO. It Is Fuel Injected.AnswerNo, it's throttle body injected. If you just glance at it you might think it's a carburater. Actually the vehicle is multi port fuel injected. If you look closely, you will see the wiring running to each of the 6 injectors.
It doesn't have a carburator. It has a throttle body fuel injection and a faulty fuel pump would be my first guess. This most likely has the 4.3 Vortec total fuel injected not the TBI
It is fuel injected. Chevy quite using carburetors in late 1986. from there on everything is fuel injected.
You don't have a carb on that vehicle, it is throttle body fuel injected.
they are fuel injected.