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1994 Chevrolet 6.5 Diesel will not start


Created On Tuesday May 20, 2008 05:12 Diesel Talk
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ghhmtnboy
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I have a 1994 Chevy 3500 automatic with a 6.5 Diesel. 108K miles. Was starting and running fine. Now it will not start, getting a code 13, Fuel Shutoff Solenoid (I think).

I checked all of the fuses, replaced the Fuel Shutoff solenoid, however, problem seems to be the solenoid is not getting energized, no voltage at connector,

Can someone tell me what I could check now? What energizes that connector?

I've received help here before, would REALLY appreciate some now.
Thank You!!!
George

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