Yes it does. It has throttle body injection. Jim
yes, yes it does no, its the crappy tbi systems. tbi stands for THROTTLE BODY INJECTION! it has fuel injectors and has to be treated as such. it is not carbureted.
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Cycle the ignition key on and off several times pausing a few seconds in the on position. This will prime the fuel injection system.
Do you take the steering wheel off to get to the ignition
Could be a bad throttle body
Check the ignition module in the distributor.
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There is no non-fuel injected 1992 model GMC Sierra 4.3 L. This engine has TBI (Throttle Body Injection). It may look like a carburetor but it has an injector mounted inside the housing. It does have a MAP sensor and it is located under hood, center, upper engine area, below air filter housing, passenger side of throttle body unit, mounted next to valve cover.
= Fuel Injector, 1988-95 GMC TRUCK C SERIES [INCLUDES TRUCK & SUBURBAN] 5.7L = Where is the module for the fuel injectors located?
The timing for this engine is electronically controlled and not adjustable
it is under the black plastic upper intake, that the throttle body bolts to
From 88 to95 it was called the "TBI", throttle body induction.
Your 2000 4.8 liter Sierra might run rough at an idle because of clogged fuel injectors or a clogged fuel filter. You might also have gotten water in the gasoline.
Air Injection Check Valve ( Passenger side bank 2)
The fuel injection is not getting gas. Fix or buy a new fuel injection pumb.
Same thing happened to me. 92 Sierra 5.0, it was the ignition control module ~$50.00
The EGR valve is located on the intake manifold,behind and to the passenger side of the throttle body.
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adjust the idle screw on the drivers side of the throttle body turn it to the right to lower you idle turn to the left to raise it
Need to replace ignition coil "D" for my 2000 GMC Sierra 5.3. Need to know which coil is coil D. Thank you, Adam
It is in the fuse panel. It is the ignition fuse that goes bad and keeps the truck from firing.