I have replaced everything that I could think of, as well as everything many chevy guys have suggested. I got a haynes manual or what's the other one. B If your spark plugs have over 100,000 miles on them you really need to change them also. The easy way to check is to get some carb cleaner and spray all around the intake while idling and warm. I have 200k on an '01 5.
Take the truck to Auto Zone and they will plug into the computer and read any codes for you. Actually motovac is the only way. You usually hear a fuel pump going bad in my experience. My uncle had a 1998 sub and it was doing this, after chasing the problem for awhile it ended up being a distributor. Could my fuel pump be overheating? It was exactly what you said black2k1z71.
An extra heavy concentration of it may be just what it needs. I have replaced everything that I could think of, as well as everything many chevy guys have suggested. Some simple things to check. I'm wondering if there's a problem somewhere like bad intake sensors or something. Do a system analisis to see if one or more of the half dozen or so sensors is bad. Do this with the windows down, and all accessories blower motor, radio, etc. But I would start with the three essentials for a motor.
And if it's possible borrow a timing light and double check the timing. Basically what I notice is unless you really baby it with slow acceleration the engine kind of pauses and sucks in a huge amount of air any time you press the pedal in an assertive way. So, if you do you would need to re-add them or the compter will go nuts. You'd think in most cases reducing any back pressure would be good. Some simple things to check. This will keep gas tank from breathing properly.
That will get you into the area where the leak is. Chuck Bogging past half throttle Check the ignition timing. It is approaching 95000 miles and it has the 5. If there downstream look towards a converter issue. It plugs into the high pressure fuel pressure test fitting in the fuel rail and you run the engine off of the tank of cleaner that you get in the kit. But I kept erasing it because it was too hot outside to deal with crawling around in the dirt testing it.
A plugged Catalytic Converter would … most likely cause engine to bog and run very poorly maybe even stall or struggle to run, no power. Is it gas or diesel? On a '97 I have 4 Co2 sensors - ugh. This part could be either battery or starter related. Pull one of the 02 sensors. I will probably check the fuel pressure this week.
Only seems to be an issue at the upper speed range, not below 40mph. Unless some smart person knows how to render the sensor as working properly to the computer. Hi, I was having a problem last week where my truck was bogging down a little when i would accelerate. There is wear but it looks like these parts are fairly new. Same thing happened to me back in January. Check to see if carbon canister has been flooded with fuel. The only true way to clean fuel injectors is with the kit that you buy.
Maybe a fuel pump going bad. For there you have been, and there you long to return. It does feel like it idles rough still, and I am not convinced that the rotor was okay to put back in. I have also checked the fuel lines for kinks, crimps, and leaks and found none. Maybe a fuel pump going bad. I had to get back home yesterday after already missing a day of work.