I'd guess that you have an injector that is stuck open. If it's throttle body injector, you're in luck. That way you only need to work on one. You might just have a little debris stuck in the injector body, but you'll probably be better off if you work over the throttle body and replace the injector. If you have the 4.3 Vortec engine ,I may have a solution. I had a1994 Jimmy with same problem. I talked to a GM mechanic and found out these engines have CENTERAL PORT INJECTION system.I had to take off the top cover of the engine where the CPI is and found fuel laying every where. I started the engine and seen fuel pumping out of a cracked plastic line that feeds the CPI .This was flooding the engine badly.I replaced the CPI SPIDER as it is called, and the two plastic fuel lines and my Jimmy ran good as new. It took me around a hour or so. The down fall is, these parts are expensive.Hope this helps.
If it floods which can only happen with a carburetor engine not fuel injection and if it does flood let it sit for a few minutes and it will be fine.
If you have been revving it a lot, that may be the problem. If you put too much gas into the engine without burning it up, it sits in the engine and floods it.
There are a great many different kinds of floods. There are floods like flash floods and floods like floods of words.
A: floods are just plain floods and flash floods are floods that happen VERY VERY fast. hence the word "flash"
Floods are classified by their likelihood to happen in a given time period, or they classified into 5 categories flash floods,coastal floods, urban floods river floods,and ponding.
Flash floods are floods that are caused by a storm. Normal floods are caused by non-stop rain.
some floods are major and some floods are minor.
facts about floods
1.Flash floods2.River floods3.Coastal floods
Engine temp sensor faulty, controller thinks engine is cold & sends to much fuel.
It floods a LOT in Alabama.
yes there are floods in italy
FLOODS always start by
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The revs jump up because when the clutch is pulled in the engine gets disconnected from the wheels. This means that it no longer has to move the weight of the car and it's driver so the engine gets more gas and floods
ask your local mechanic on how to stop it
It is hard to say, there are lots of floods; flash floods, rain floods, ocean flooding, etc. It can be very very quick or can happen slowly.
Floods affect animals in many ways. Floods may destroy an animals home or habitat and floods may destroy their source of food.
Floods damage property and kill people.
yes every place has had floods
there is flash floods and tons more
Most floods are meteorological.
Flash floods are floods that happen quickly and without warning. Like they appear in a "flash".