I have a p0305 misfire . I have changed the cap rotor distributor plug wires spark plugs and the spider injection system . It has 100 psi in the #5 for compression and I’m running about 60 psi for fuel . I can’t figure it out. I also checked the valves they are working good as well .
the issue i am having with my van is that after driving it for a few mins or a little while, i am having trouble getting my van to turn over crank back up or starting up again, i have to let my van sit for 15 mins or longer before it will start up again with no problem, i had the alternator, battery, starter all three check out and they are good, is it possible can i get some suggestion on what could be the issue i am having trouble with my 2002 chevrolet venture AWD
Car jumps when driven on an incline.
Driving at 30 35 mph light comes on says no engine power press gas and rams go up speed gps up very slow
ABS Light On. Traction Control Light On. Display says Service StabiliTrak. When accelerating for the first time after ignition, power seems to be cut off. Brakes sometimes will act like it’s slipping on ice. Service Engine Light is not on.
car runs but when you shut it off and try to start again it does’nt start
What is the name of the round rubber seal that goes in between the stem coming off the plastic valve cover and the metal neck ( which goes into the EGR valve) ?
Can someone tell me where the torque converter clutch solenoid would be on a 2000 Chevy S-10 with an automatic transmission?
where is the a/c compressor clucth relay located
I have a 2007 Silverado; I have been plagued with OBDII code P0332 Knock Sensor (Bank 2 Sensor 2) for a couple of years. I got the parts from Rock Auto.com and replaced both sensors and the senor wiring harness. After six months of driving the P0332 came back; I have taken it to a dealer shop twice and they can’t isolate the problem. So I took it to an independent repair shop, they replaced the bank 2 sensor and the P0332 code went away, after about 40 miles of driving, the ENG light came back on and now I’m getting a code P0327 (Bank 1, Sensor 1). I took it back to the shop and they replaced the bank 1 sensor. The next day the ENG light came back on and I’m still getting code P0327 (Bank 1, Sensor 1). Each time I take it back to the shop they want to charge me for repairs. I have invested over 1200 bucks trying to fix this issue, does anyone have any ideals, this dam truck is breaking my bank.
Also, This whole thing started when I steamed cleaned my engine; when I initially did the repairs I put a bead of High Temp RTV round the top edge of the rubber boot on the wiring leads to keep water out, could this have effected the function of the Knock Sensors?