Having problems with your 1995 GMC Sierra C1500 ?

I recently tried to start my 1990 Ford f-150 lariat. The engine cranked but it wouldn't start. I checked my plugs and my connections. I gave a glance at my fuel line and filter. Then I checked my fuses. When I got to my fuses I noticed that my 30 heater fuse was blown, melted all to hell. I changed it and couldn't find anything else so I tried to start, and it still cranked but no start. What the hell should I do next? I don't have a lot of tools at my disposal right now because I am staying in

Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 25-03-2019

Answers :

I had the same problem with my 1991 ford several years ago after it set for awhile. Check your wires going to the fuel pump to see if they are pulling amps (with key on). If not, you've got a break in your wires and your grounding out... just rewire. If so, turn your key off and then back on and listen to hear if your fuel pump is activating. If your fuel pump doesn't run for a few seconds... that's your culprit!
You need a new crank sensor
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