Check to see if a fuel line got pinched putting the tank back in. After sitting long could be water or bad fuel. The first is a 6. If i put gas in the carb it will fire up and burn that gas out then dye. But i am getting gas to the carb.
Try the easy things first. . Each one comes with a standard four-speed, automatic transmission with overdrive. About ready to put the tank in and have it towed to shop, but it will take a week and we may have snow coming in. Power is generated from a V-6 or diesel V-8 engine.
The regular cab has two doors and seats three adult passengers. The length of this trim is 194. This model is available with either a 6. When i pour fuel into the carb it starts then runs untill it burns the fuel out of the carb. I here the pump come on when the key turns on also? The regular cab Chevy 1500 with an 8-foot bed has a wheelbase of 131. The extended cab with an 8-foot bed has a wheelbase of 155.
Installed new regulator still nothing. It has a height of 70. The Chevrolet 1500 with an extended cab has two doors and seats up to six adult passengers. Drain tank and add plenty of fresh fuel. He is not sure and second guessing himself? Have you tried pulling any engine codes? The truck's curb weight starts at 3,909 pounds and maxes out at 4,942 pounds, depending on options.
Tried that and other things today. The four-wheel drive is rated at 16 mpg in the city and 20 mpg on the highway. There are three trims available: the 1500, 2500 and 3500. When i pull the line off on the passengers side of the carb and turn on the key, Gas poors out of the line. The curb weight varies between 3,692 and 4,912 pounds, depending on the Sierra's options, engine and trim. Have not checked any codes? Already tried the easy stuff.
Available with an 8-foot bed, the Sierra 3500 has a curb weight ranging between 4,349 and 5,255 pounds. Powering the Sierra 2500 is the same engine found in the 1500, either a 126-horsepower diesel V-8 or a 160-horsepower V-6. Offering the largest payload and towing capacities in the 1989 Sierra lineup, power is supplied by one of two V-8 engines. The weights do not refer to the trucks themselves but the maximum payload ratings. However, the diesel engine, which is a 6. I am thinking of dropping the tank and checking to see if my brother mixed up the lines? I here the pump running.
The second is a 7. The only available transmission is a four-speed automatic with overdrive. I installed a new fuel filer and pump with hanger. All 1989 Chevy 1500 trims come with a standard 4. I've seen this happen before and create that exact issue.
That is what confuses me? The width of all regular cab trims is 76. Tank is still sitting on jack for easy access and no line pinched. I am frustrated and thinking maybe carb problems? Of course filled it up. The highway rating is 25 mpg for the two-wheel drive and 22 mpg for the four-wheel drive. It cranks over and is not getting fuel? Well i went out to move the 1989 chevy 2500 silverado and it would not start. .